Our children are growing out of clothes rapidly... from the time a child is a newborn up to being three years old, they go through seven different sizes. Although children’s garments are a lot smaller and take up less fabric, they have to get a lot more to keep up with their growth spurts. That still carries an environmental impact. How are parents supposed to combat that sustainably?
It is easy to find yourself with a closet full of things you no longer wear. According to a study conducted by Trunk Club, the average person has 35 items of clothing in their closet but only wears 20 of said pieces. That means the average closet is 43% unworn clothing. So, what should be done with our clothes when we rehome the unworn?