Well of course we all know how to roll and not fold… right? But what if rolling still gets you into trouble? Here are 7 sure-fire wrinkle-free travel fabrics to take along with you.
You just need to shake it off, shake it off, uh uh. Great for bouncy skirts and dresses.
It’s a throw-n-go kind of fabric. In fact, it poses greater peril if you do iron it; cashmere is notorious for being fragile.
Do you know someone who irons denim? Get them to stop and bring them out to see the light. Denim is meant to be rumpled.
Like the bunny, angora is one of those knits that really don’t need the hot press; in fact, do you recall any type of fur that gets wrinkled?
Okay, this one does crease a little, but once it conforms to your body and stretches out, it’s gone.
Another animal byproduct, wool gets a bit of smack by PeTA activists, and while not altogether cruelty-free, it IS wrinkle-free.
A rayon derivative, Lyocell is known to be fairly soft and strong, is machine washable and resistant to wrinkling. An answer to any traveller’s prayers!
Do you have any more wrinkle-free travel fabrics for us, nomads?
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