A company in Utah will trade you for your Ed Hardy T-shirt, then they'll donate your old shirt to the homeless.
Tired of seeing those terrible Ed Hardy T-shirts everywhere, not to mention their glittery, more aggressive cousins from Affliction? The advertising firm Super Top Secret feels your pain, which is why it's out to destroy the brands, while giving back to the community at the same time.
Here's the deal: You send the folks at Super Top Secret any Ed Hardy or Affliction T-shirt in your possession and not only will they donate the clothing to the homeless, they'll also send you one of their in-house T-shirts as a replacement. "It's a win-win situation," says the Super Top Secret website. "You get some rad new gear and at the same time help bring this gaudy, glittery, gold-flaked trend down to its base function as a shirt."
If you're feeling the need to repent for some fashion sins, here's where you can send your shirts.