What Is Cost Per Wear?
Cost-Per-Wear is the price of the item divided by the number of times it was worn. Items with a low cost-per-wear are a better value. Stylebook uses your item’s price information and how many times it has appeared on the calendar to automatically calculate this CPW value.
 High vs Low Cost Per Wear
This information is then used in Style Stats. The “Worst Value” items have the highest price per wear in your closet. For example, if you bought a cocktail dress for $90 and only wore it once, its CPW is $90. This is a bad value for your closet because it has gone virtually unused. On the other hand, if you bought a pair jeans for $200 and then wore them 30 days, their CPW is $6.66 – a much better value. This information can help you the next time you go shopping.

Best Value and Worst Value in Stylebook

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To check the cost-per-wear value of a specific item in your closet, follow these steps.
1. In the closet feature, open the entry for the clothing item you’re interested in.
2. Tap the the notes icon on the lower left.
3. Scroll down on the notes screen until you get to the “$/wear” value

5 thoughts on “Cost-Per-Wear

    • Stylebook Style Expert says:

      Stylebook uses the currency and shopping settings for the country you have configured in your phone’s Settings. To change your country settings, you can open the International section of the Settings app and tap Region Format, then select a country. Note that this change will apply to all apps on your phone.

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  1. E.M. says:

    Is there a way to record item weights? That’s more important to me because I travel a lot and it’s nice to know in advance how much you can put in your suitcase 😉


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