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It's hard to know what to do with old lingerie, especially bras that are broken, torn, or stretched beyond recognition. It may seem like no one wants them, but we found someone who does—Soma Intimates can recycle your old bras by donating them to women who are homeless or victims of domestic violence. Even if your old bras are in shambles, Soma can reuse the materials to keep them out of landfills. Just take them by their location at the Glendale Galleria by August 14. Here's a good excuse to buy new underthings, or get rid of those bits and pieces that have memories of a crazy ex. [InStyle]