As you can probably imagine I have a lot of suits.
On average I probably get 6 made a year and that means I generally have a lot more that I don't wear than I do.
Add to that shirts and shoes and it means a wardrobe that needs managing.
The latest sweep of my wardrobe has been particularly aggressive and means that I have a number of very nice suits and shirts to give away to a good (worthy) home.
I aren't a messy eater, don't smell and still have control of my bladder so they're in pretty good nick.
If you know of someone who could really benefit from a new working wardrobe who is "about my size" please get them to email me or email me on their behalf.
I am happy to talk with charities and that's where they will end up if they aren't needed but I would rather know the person recieving them and their story.
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