How Often Should You Wash Your Clothing?
Posted on April 19 2018
If you were looking for consent to go several wears before washing your favorite jeans, let this handy chart below serve as your permission slip!
Not only does limiting your laundry cycles free up your time, it's environmentally friendly. In many cases, hanging your clothes to air out after each wear allows easily allows them to be worn again.
When to Wash by Wears
Jeans: After 4 to 5 wears.
T-shirts, tank tops, and camisoles: After each wear
Tops and dresses: After 1 to 3 wears.
Jackets and Blazers: After 5 to 6 wears.
Suits: After 3 to 4 wears for wool. After 4 to 5 wears for synthetic.
Dress pants and skirts: After 5 to 7 wears.
Whites and Silks: After each wear.
Pajamas: After 3 to 4 wears.
Leggings and yoga pants: After 1 to 3 wears.
Swimsuits, Underwear, and Socks: After each wear.
Bras: After 3 to 4 wears.
Outerwear: 1 or 2 times a season.