Off topic, but this phrase is what drew me to my child's previous (we moved) school. Their slogan is, "There's no bad weather, just bad clothing." They spend most of the day outside, unless there is lightning. There's a school here, in Germany, that takes it a bit further and they have hammocks for the kids to nap in and they make a communal lunch over a fire pit. I wish it weren't so far away, but I can't drive her 20 minutes when we have bikes.
On topic, when I waited tables, myself and another worker used to lauder and press our coworkers' work shirts for 2$ each (most of these were summer employees living in dry - no running water - cabins). It was cheaper than the dry cleaners, they met dress code (our boss was super picky about a starched shirt), and we both made a bit of extra money.