Circularity in fashion is more than just the latest sustainability trend or the buzzword. Its a way of life thats much easier to lead and a lot easier on the environment. Repurposing your old clothes means they dont end up at a landfill. So weve got you some easy ways to go about circularity right at home!1. Home DyeingThere are super easy ways to dye and tie-dye your old faded t-shirts at home the natural way. All you need is a big vessel to boil your outfit in water and some food supplies for the natural dye. For orange, you can use carrots or onion skins; walnut hulls, tea, coffee for brown; berries, cherries, red and pink roses, avocado skins for pink, Indigo, red cabbage, red mulberries, blueberries, purple grapes for blue; marigolds, sunflower petals, turmeric for yellow and spinach, peppermint leaves for green. Make sure to use clothes made out of natural fibres like cotton or linen.Image used for representational purposes only.2. Shorten ItGot a great pair of pants with a spoilt hem? Change it up by fraying the entire hem. You can do this by making small cuts and undoing the fabric with a tweezer, one thread at a time. This will give you a super cool frayed hem. On the flip side, you can simply fold it in for a concealed stitch.Image used for representational purposes only.3. Make It An Art ProjectA great way to conceal stains and marks on old but perfectly good clothes is to cover them up with a hand painting. You can also use this to simply give old, boring clothes a completely new look!Image used for representational purposes only.4. Upcycle ShoesShoes are probably the easiest to upcycle and restore. Wash your shoes well before you get started. You can use spray cans, paints and studs to give a simple pair of old sneakers a new look and turn them into a statement pair.Image used for representational purposes only.5. Use It For Home DcorYou heard that right, you can use old t-shirts and tops to turn into stylish pillow covers amongst other home dcor products. What more? Theres a no-sew way to do it! Place your pillow filler between the front and back of your t-shirt and mark the measurements. Now cut it out, leaving about two inches. Once you have your two square pieces of fabric, make a two-inch-long and an inch-wide vertical cut along all the sides Now all you need to do is place the pillow filler back between the two layers of fabric and simply start tying the striped cuts you made on both the layers. This will give you a rather stylish pillowcase, without too much of a hassle.Image used for representational purposes only.Did you like these at-home DIYs? Tell us which one youre going to try in the comments below!