A little TLC helps our clothes look good and last longer - from finding time to 'have-a-go' at getting out a stain to following the washing instructions on the label.
Love Your Clothes heart-shaped darns
Darning is a stitch technique for repairing and reinforcing damaged fabrics. Why not make a design feature of your repair instead with this simple heart-shaped pattern?
How to sew a button
Don’t stop wearing your favourite shirt or trousers because you’ve lost a button. Here’s a step-by-step guide to sewing buttons back on.
Old favourites that may have been damaged or put to the back of the wardrobe can have a quick nip and tuck to be restored to their former glory.
Craft up denim
Scottish singer Tallia Storm shares how to upcycle a denim playsuit with a few easy tips, and some inspiration from Chanel.
Clothes to dye for
Dyeing is great way to change clothes you have already into something totally new!
We are all guilty of buying too many clothes. Why not make the most of the ones you already have?
Following a few simple tips will help keep your clothes looking good until you need them again saving you money in the long term!
Plan your wardrobe
Summer clothes are not needed in the cold wintery months. Check your wardrobe to see what can be taken out and stored until the season’s right.
Pass on any unwanted items for re-use or resale - and if they can't be used again, all clothes can be recycled.
New football shirt? Don't chuck out the old one
If you’re treating yourself to a new football shirt for the World Cup, don’t just chuck out the old one. You could recycle it, pass it on or donate it to charity.
Pass it on
Donating your unwanted clothing means it gets enjoyed by someone else and will ultimately reduce some environmental impact too.
There are lots of ways to get better value for money from your clothes, leaving money in your pocket.
List before you buy
You could save yourself unnecessary expense simply by planning what you really need to buy.
A designer look for less
Renting outfits is another way to make you feel like you’re buying new, but with less environmental impact.
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Kerry McCarthy, Labour MP for Bristol East:
“I am very excited by WRAP’s latest campaign, Love Your Clothes, which extends its successful Love Food Hate Waste campaign to changing the way consumers in the UK purchase, use and dispose of their clothing.”