When it comes to Indian wear, its sometimes more hoarding than wearing. And given how careful one has to be with outfits that are often embellished or delicately crafted, you might feel the need to replace older, worn-out pieces with new ones more often. But your pre-loved Indian outfits dont need to be thrown out. Here are a few ways you can make good use out of all the Indian wear you dont need.DonateAs is with all clothes, Indian wear is better off in someone elses wardrobe as opposed to a landfill. As we know, Indian wear tends to be more expensive than casual pieces and there are many out there who would appreciate some festive goodness.Here are some organisations that you can donate to:GoonjShare At Your Door StepClothes Box FoundationTry to donate repaired and clean clothes, so as to ensure a smoother, less time invasive process.SellWhat better way to make good of pre-loved clothes than getting some of your money back, right? Whether its custom-made or designer wear, there are many options out there where you can sell second-hand clothes. This is especially great for elaborate clothes that are in perfect condition or have been hardly worn. Heres where you can sell some of your pre-loved Indian wear:SaritoriaPoshmarkSelling on platforms is user-friendly and can prove to be a rather easy process. Make sure to be able to take good quality images and to mention all details about the pieces you are looking to sell.Ask around!Ask around if anyone is looking to borrow clothes. You never know where your outfits might find a new home, and if nothing, its a great way you can lend a hand to prevent unnecessary consumption, in the smallest way possible.UpcycleIf you have a piece that is just too special to get rid of, yet not exactly wearable, give it a makeover. You can easily turn saris into anarkali and lehenga sets. The pallu of the sari can prove to be a great blouse piece or bodice whereas all the rest of the fabric can be a great way to add volume for a lehenga or anarkali.Do you have Indian wear that you dont plan on using again? How would you like to put it to good use? Tell us in the comments below!