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With the help of a Personal Stylist cost per wear calculator, you can make informed decisions about your wardrobe and save money in the long run.
Fashion maths can be a great way to keep to a budget and keep us shopping sustainably.
How can a Personal Stylist help you calculate the cost per wear?
Firstly gone are the days when booking a Personal Stylist was indulgent and reserved for ladies that lunch.
I am a Personal Stylist that specializes in finding the best jeans for your body shape whatever your size or budget. I source pieces for clients’ casual wardrobes, this can include all-in-ones, white jeans, smart evening jeans, the perfect denim jacket, and a selection of city-to-beach shorts. Also, the shoes to go with all your casual outfits. All these items can be costly mistakes in time and money if you get them wrong.
If you do the fashion maths and factor in a Personal Stylists time with the purchases they are suggesting you can see the value of booking a denim stylist like myself.
A Happy Client
A recent client of mine was so happy with her selection of 4 pairs of jeans I handpicked for her.
I saved her £508 ($ 725) on her purchases because finding casual clothing is my job, I do it every day and I know where the deals are. Each pair of jeans will become a staple in the wardrobe and a building block to new outfits. I love it when a client feels fantastic in their jeans.
Breaking Down A Personal Stylists Fee
Factor in the Personal Stylist fee over all your purchases.
My client paid £75 for the jeans finder service which when divided by the number of pieces she purchased (4 jeans) the added cost was £18.75 per jeans.
Don’t forget about the massive saving £££ that was made by knowing where to shop for the best-fitting jeans for my client and the value in learning which jeans suit your body shape!
You can now see how booking a personal stylist can really save time and money, but most of all look and feeling fantastic in your new jeans!
What is a Cost Per Wear Calculator?
A cost-per-wear calculator is a simple tool that helps you determine the true value of an item of clothing by taking into account the cost of the denim piece ( or any item) and how many times you plan to wear it. The calculator works by dividing the cost of the item by the number of times you plan to wear it, giving you a cost-per-wear value.
Using a cost-per-wear calculator is easy. Here are the steps:
1. Determine the cost of the denim item.
2. Decide how many times you plan to wear the item.
3. Divide the cost of the item by the number of times you plan to wear it.
4. The result is the cost-per-wear value.
For example, if you buy a pair of jeans for $100 and plan to wear them 50 times, the cost-per-wear value would be $2. This means that every time you wear the jeans, you are effectively paying $2 for that wear.
Now those Mother Jeans are worth making the splurge!
I love this Cost Per Wear Calculator below, taken from Glamour magazine. Click on the arrow to answer the questions, with the item of clothing you have in mind. Go on try it!
The Benefits of Using a Cost-Per-Wear Calculator
Using a cost-per-wear calculator has a number of benefits, both for your wallet and the environment. Here are just a few:
# 1. Helps you make more informed decisions
One of the biggest benefits of using a cost-per-wear calculator is that it helps you make more informed decisions about your purchases. Should you purchase or not is the question!
# 2. Saves you money in the long run
Another benefit of using a cost-per-wear calculator is that it can save you money in the long run. By choosing items with a low cost per wear value, you are getting more value for your money. Instead of buying cheap, low-quality items that will wear out quickly, you can invest in higher-quality items that will last longer and ultimately save you money.
# 3. Reduces waste
By choosing higher quality items with a low cost per wear value, you are also reducing waste. Fast fashion has a huge impact on the environment, with millions of tons of clothing ending up in landfills every year. By investing in higher-quality classic denim pieces that will last longer, you are reducing the amount of waste produced and helping to create a more sustainable future.
Denim Brands such as Good American, Frame Denim, and NYDJ have created a collection of jeans that tackles reducing the sizing ratio – one size fits all, which reduces waste and means the wearer can keep the jeans longer.
I hope you can now see the true value of the personal stylist’s cost-per-wear calculator and stop wasting time and money on clothing that doesn’t spark joy! 😉
Have you used this method before? Leave a comment below and I will reply.