Victoria Justice Donates Clothes To H&M In Honor Of Earth Day & Raises Awareness For DoSomething.Org's Comeback Clothes Campaign

WEST HOLLYWOOD, CA - APRIL 14: Actress Victoria Justice recycles clothing for DoSomething.org and H&M's Comeback Clothes campaign on April 14, 2015 in West Hollywood, California. (Photo by Imeh Akpanudosen/Getty Images for DoSomething.org)
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Victoria Justice is on a mission to prevent wasted textiles this Earth Day. The MTV actress has partnered with H&M and DoSomething.org to help save 400,000 pounds of fabric from ending up in landfills. On April 14, Justice donated some of her own clothes to the H&M at Sunset Plaza in West Hollywood to help raise awareness for the Comeback Clothes campaign. Now it's your turn.

"I love H&M and DoSomething.org's Comeback Clothes campaign because it makes it so easy to go green and help the planet," said Victoria Justice. “I recycled my old clothing at my local H&M to give it a new life and hope others do the same this Earth Day!" 

Justice looked super chic as she donated her unwanted clothes, wearing an all H&M ensemble, including a Conscious Choice Jacket and Conscious Exclusive t-shirt, which are all made from sustainable materials, including recycled sequins and organic fabric.

The second annual Comeback Clothes campaign continues until May 31, 2015. If you bring unwanted clothes, fabric or textiles into any H&M store, you can not only help save the planet, but you'll also receive 20 percent off your next H&M purchase. It's literally the best of both worlds.

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