Sponsored: Garment Recycling with H&M x CF!

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Now that spring is finally on its way, it's time to clear out your closet to make room for your warm weather wardrobe. And our friends at H&M have a brand new campaign to help make the "closet cleanout" process easier - and more rewarding - than ever!

Garment Recycling with H&M x CF Video

To help introduce their fantastic new global garment recycling effort, H&M asked CF blogger Emma to clean out her closet and make an "unhaul" video to share her closet cleanout process and show you how you can do the same. Check it out below:

The Details

As Emma explained in the video, all H&M stores now offer garment recycling collection services - any piece of clothing, from any brand, is welcome and you can donate up to 2 shopping bags a day.

The best part? You will receive 1 voucher for15% off any one item of your choice for each bag you donate (limit two bags a day). Even better, if you donate before March 31st, you will receive a special ticket that will bump up your discount to 15% off your entire purchase and will offer you a chance to win fabulous prizes!

Overall, this is a fab way to update your wardrobe, clean out your closet, AND contribute to a great cause. What could be better?

Don't Let Fashion Go to Waste - Get Involved!

For all the information on how the clothes are recycled and full details on how you can donate your old clothes, visit HMconscious.com.

Also, be sure to take a photo or video of you giving your donation to H&M and include the hashtag #LongLiveFashion to join this great cause and share your "unhaul" with fellow fashion fans!

What do you think?

Are you going to take advantage of H&M's garment recycling service? What do you think of their global effort? Tell us your thoughts in the comments below, and be sure to share your Unhaul photos and videos as well!

Disclosure: This post was sponsored by H&M and Style Coalition. The opinions, as always, are our own. For more information, see our Disclosure page.