Consider hosting a clothing exchange with some friends or neighbors. Everyone takes the clothes they no longer wear, and everyone exchanges clothes for the items they want.
Rehashclothes.com is a great place to exchange your clothes online. So post what you no longer want and what you are looking for, and get swapping!
Hand-me-downs are a great way to get free clothes, especially for children. Find family members or friends with older or younger kids than yours and pass on your clothes to each other!
Join a Buy Nothing Group in your area or a Sell and Swap group and see who gives away some free clothes. You would be surprised at how much free stuff you can get.
Many people use Craigslist to post about the stuff they are giving away, including free clothes! This can be very hit or miss, so you need a bit of patience.
Freecycle.org is a grassroots, non-profit website committed to helping people give and find items for free. Signing up is free, and you can check out what items people in your area are giving away for free.
Most rewards programs are free to join (they need your email address and phone number to sign you up), and you score rewards points on the purchases you make.
Put purchases on a credit card that gives you rewards points (and pay it off immediately), and then use those rewards points to get some free clothes!
If you don’t mind walking around with a brand name on your shirt, then grab some free t-shirts or other items (sweatshirts, hats, pants, etc.) from companies who are eager to get their swag out there!
Check out which brands are offering giveaways of free clothes or gift cards (which you can use to get clothes) and start entering!