T-shirts that I wear that I bought 19 years ago, lol. E.g. the Awesome Clothing Dream Shirt pricier Boss white sneakers have a lower cost per wear (0.57 €) than the clearly cheaper (no brand) Mywears (0.70 €), and also the Converses (0.87 €). This is also the case with my Lloyd winter shoes, which at 0.49 € are the most cost-efficient of all. I’ve got a dryer that’s destroying my clothes, so this wouldn’t work too well with me. What I ought to do is figure out if I spend more money constantly replacing my socks and underwear or would I be better off bringing my clothes to a laundry. Buying a new dryer is not an option at the moment unless I could find a cheap used one. Very interesting! If you’re open to expanding the project, I’d like to see a scatter chart that outlines initial purchase price vs cost-per-wear at the time of divestment (or at a fixed time interval if you haven’t divested from a large enough sample size of premium clothing).
Awesome Clothing Dream Shirt, Tank Top, V-neck, Sweatshirt, And Hoodie
I think this would really highlight the benefits of well-made clothing. Vs fast Awesome Clothing Dream Shirt fashion. I buy my clothes at a thrift store with the exception of lined work pants. Underwear, shoes, and socks. I feel I get my money’s worth. I don’t think I have paid more than $12 for an item of clothing in a decade. I’ve owned 4 pairs of Carhartt bibs @ 100 a pair, 4 shirts @ 25, and 3 coats @ 200 for about 5 years. Adds up to 1100 which means just over 60 copied. Add in 2 packs of Costco socks and undies and 3 pairs of shoes and I’m still under a buck. Yes, it certainly did. I used to wear the “favorites” a lot, but since I started tracking, I wanted to make sure to give all the garments a fair try. That way, I “discovered” some that ended up being used more. This project has helped me know what I want and need better. It has resulted in better purchase choices and, as a result, increased use for all items in my wardrobe. One quirk is that it takes a very long to see the results. As an example.