Children outgrow clothes very quickly. Here are a few practical things you can do with outgrown kids’ clothes.
Things you can do with outgrown kids’ clothes
Children grow up so quickly that almost every season of every year requires parents to update clothing pieces in their kids’ wardrobe. As new items come in, outgrown clothes wind up inside bags, drawers, closets, or boxes in attics far longer than they should. Even kids who are grown and have surpassed height marks on kitchen door frames leave behind clothing pieces that haven’t seen daylight in years.
Not only are these items taking up space inside the house, but they are also not being used to their utmost potential. Simply throwing them out is not the answer here. The piles of worn-out tops and bottoms and the unused ones still have some life and purpose left in them.
Instead of letting these clothes take over every inch of drawers and cabinets, one may as well give them a second chance.
Below are some ways to recycle, repurpose, and reuse outgrown children’s clothes to prevent them from occupying storage spaces.