We all have at least a few items of clothing that, for whatever reason, haven't seen the light of day in a hot minute. Rather than squirreling away those First Job Interview duds or When I Lose Fifteen Pounds jeans in the deepest darkest depths of your wardrobe, why not pass them along to someone who will actually use — nay, appreciate them? Whether you have a few articles of clothing or a small mountain of apparel, it's time to heed your mother's advice and clean out your closet.
Free Fab'rik, the charity offshoot of our very favorite Atlanta boutique, is accepting donations of gently used clothing for their next Teen Shopping Spree. That's right—fab'rik isn't just a pretty face. Their annual Free Fab'rik shopping sprees give teens in need a chance to have the full fab'rik boutique shopping experience, without the price tags. On August 12, fab'rik Atlantic Station will host a back-to-school shopping spree for teenage girls, and they're looking for gently used, school-appropriate clothing to help fill the girls' closets (and clean out yours). Drop off your dresses, jeans, tops, jewelry, and accessories (no shoes, and no clothing with stains or holes) at any of the metro Atlanta fab'rik locations, and if you're interested in helping out even more, learn how to volunteer as a sorter or a personal stylist on the day of the shopping spree.