Cost per wear is basically working out how often you can wear a garment and dividing the price by that number. This gives you a good idea of how valuable an item is to you and your wardrobe. This shows how splashing out on an expensive item, may in the long run work out more cost effective, as good quality is worth paying for.
Published March 4th, 2015 by Liam Eastwood
You may think of the paparazzi as a fairly modern phenomenon, given the current proliferation of tabloids and celebrity rags on every street corner, but in truth they have been at work for centuries….