If there is one thing I've learned about H&M in the last year it's that it prides itself on sustainable style. So I loved when I heard about the store's partner company, I:Collect, and its clothing initiative where consumers can take their used clothes to any participating H&M store and receive a discount on a future purchase. Every bag of used clothes brought in gives you a 15%-20% voucher at H&M.Like me, I'm sure you muses have
a ton a few clothes laying around your closet that hardly get worn. This is certainly the issue I'm having since I recently realized that I only wear about maybe 60% of my clothes. I have pieces I don't want to wear anymore, but I don't just want to throw them in the trash.
The beauty of H&M I:Collect is that not only will they take your used clothes, but they will then recycle them and create new garments with them if possible. This clothes collecting initiative will save on natural resources by avoiding textile waste. And the clothes you bring in can be from any brand and in any condition.So why not reduce your environmental impact all while cleaning out your closet and getting a deal on some new pieces? Just look for the I:Collect bins near checkout at H&M stores starting today.
Will you be recycling your old clothes for a discount?