I am usually really, really
conscious of the CPW.
I try to take the cost per wear
as low was I can ...
Burgundy trousers Valerie Bertinelli
If I am not mistaken the lowest I have taken
a cost per wear to is 0.70 cents, it was a pair
of sandals now long gone.
Printed vintage burgundy blouse Regatta
These trousers are currently at about
1.01 USD CPW, which is really good.
Burgundy bow flats Isola - Andy bag Carolina Herrera

Do you consider your CPW ?


Courtney Erin said...

I almost never think in those terms with respect to clothing but I've often wondered if I should - even just as a means to be more conscious about such matters.

Courtney ~ Sartorial Sidelines

Sheila said...

Oh, always! I try to make sure that if I purchase something new/at full price that it's going to be something that I keep forever or get a ton of use out of. Things that I thrift/buy on consignment are always less expensive, and so my CPW also goes down to pennies per wear. I never feel bad about spending $8.00 on a blouse I wear a dozen times!

Michelle said...

Yes! I always think about cost per wear when I buy something, although I am usually happy when the CPW is about $10 LOL. I have too much stuff!


Mica said...

I do think about it (as for big items I want to get my money;s worth) but I've never calculated it for everything I wear.

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Midnight Cowgirl said...

I don't usually look at CPW, but I do try to wear everything as much as possible :)

Natalie S said...

It amazes me how conscious you are of the CPW of each item you own. I always try to use everything in my closet several times and remember its approximate cost but after the 3rd or 4th wear I stop counting.

L.E.N K said...

Love the maxi dress!

LyddieGal said...

I do, I mean, I try to, but something will just never get down, and others will get run into the ground.
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