Clothes are the easiest (and best) thing to accept graciously. Kids grow out of them so fast, so used clothes are fantastic. But if you just don't like the items being offered, then simply decline. Chances are you'll never actually put something on your tot that you dislike — and then you'll just have to figure out something to do with them later.
Source: Instagram user moniquemanson
Sell at a used clothing store. You don't like it but you'll get money or credit there. I usually go for books. The battery ones with sounds are sometimes just 1 $ and I get them for free. That way I save a lot of money to splurge on electric ride-ons or music classes :)