Yep! Even if I'm sweating/have gotten them dirty from garden work, etc., I'll still pull them on again the next day. After all, what's the point of washing one pair only to get them dirty again the next day?
The only exception to this is if I'm going someplace nice. The grocery store doesn't care if I've worn my pants three different days, but If I'm going out to eat, there's no way I'm goin to wear jeans with dirt-stained knees.
I have around eight pairs of jeans so I wouldn't have to wear them more than once, but since I don't need to wash them right away, I don't.
My shirts, on the other hand, I'm picky about. They must be washed every timeafter I wear them. Sweatshirts I'll wear even longer than jeans, though - as long as its not dirty and doesn't stink I'll keep wearing it.
Originally Posted by strange_wings
Probably assumed you were "poor"
Just because you don't spend $100 on a pair of jeans and want to waste excessive amounts of water doesn't mean a person is poor.
I agree wholeheartedly! I adore thrift store shopping, but that doesn't mean I couldn't afford buy clothes from a brand-name store. I just choose to go to places that generally have oodles more deals with clothes in just as nice shape.
When I was in grade school I'd wear a pair of pants, a different pair the next day, a different pair the next - then I'd go back to the pair I wore the first day.
I was never once accused of being "poor" but didn't wash my jeans every day, either.