Wrinkle Free Travel Clothing – Straighten Up

If you are like me, then you really don’t care much for ironing. However, I still do it because I love looking nice and neat. So, what more while traveling? You still want to look great while you’re on vacation or on a business trip but you don’t want to spend time ironing your clothes. Sure you can pack a travel iron or steamer but there has to be an alternative,

The alternative is wrinkle free travel clothing. So, instead of always having to pack an iron or steamer or requesting for an iron for your hotel room, check your wardrobe for clothing that is wrinkle free or better yet invest in some today!

Natural versus Synthetic

Who doesn’t love the feeling and ease of natural fabrics like cotton, silk or linen? Unfortunately these fabrics aren’t the most travel friendly because of their ability to wrinkle in the packing process. Natural fabrics are basically organic because they are made of animal or plant based fibers.

Synthetic fabrics are the wrinkle resistant fabrics that you want to look for if you don’t want to worry about ironing and steaming your clothes while traveling. These fabrics include polyester, rayon, acrylic and many others. Synthetic fabrics are man-made and made from chemicals.

Why Are Fabrics Wrinkle Resistant?

Synthetic fabrics are chemically treated to hold their shape. These treatments make the fabrics more stable so that they do not absorb water efficiently and gives them a resistance to wrinkles.

Where Can I Find Them?

Below you will find some great wrinkle free travel clothing finds available online.

Wrinkle Free Travel Clothing

Jeans

Who irons jeans? That’s debateable but jeans are the number one wrinkle free clothing that everyone can pack in their travel bag without wrinkle worries. Pack them and go! You can wear them almost anywhere with all the different styles made available today.

The Best Travel Jeans in the World by Aviator

$125.00

  • Dark Indigo Skinny Jeans
  • Made with a premium stretch denim blend
    that’s durable, fast-drying and easy to clean.
  • Mid to high in the waist, modern skinny fit
  • Performance stretch with shape recovery
  • Stonewashed with mild distress all done by hand
  • Deep front pockets, two hidden zippers secure back pockets
  • 5th pocket for your device
  • Made in the USA
  • Sizes 24 – 26 are finished in a 31″ inseam and sizes 27 – 36 are finished in a 32″ inseam
  • Custom hemming available
  • Also available in Comfort Skinny and Silver Grey

Tops

Now tops can be a little trickier but those perfect tops can go well with those perfect wrinkle free jeans, pants, shorts or skirts. Even the most casual of tops can be dressed up with the perfect accessories to make them a little “extra” for special occasions or celebrations.

Wrinkle -Free Boyfriend Long-Sleeve Shirt by Eddie Bauer

$45.00

  • Wrinkle-free, breathable, moisture-wicking fabric
  • Patented pucker-free, reinforced seams
  • Straight collar
  • Dropped shoulders, roomier cut, single chest pocket
  • Average length: Front 28″/Back 29.5″
  • Classic: A universal fit. Not too slim, not too relaxed on body.
  • Comes in white, chambray and dark thyme
  • 97% cotton 3% spandex
  • Imported

Pants

Wear them shopping or to that business conference, pants are a must have for all world travelers. Pants are comfortable and their fabrics breathe easier when you have to be out and about for hours at a time. Investing in some wrinkle-free pants just adds to their travel appeal.

Wrinkle-Free Bayside Pants, Favorite Fit by L.L. Bean

$44.95

  • Inseams: Regular 30″, Petite: 28″, Medium Tall 32″.
  • Favorite Fit: Sits lower on the waist.
  • Slightly fitted through hip and thigh.
  • Straight-leg
  • Wrinkle-free 100% cotton.
  • Machine wash and dry.
  • Front pockets.
  • Back welt pocket.
  • Imported

Dresses

Of course, every lady traveler loves to have a dress on hand if they want to add some spice and variety to their travel bag. Plus, dresses are so much fun to travel in because they’re light and free flowing.

Talia Lightweight Denim Minidress by Mavi Jeans

$98.00

  • Front button closure
  • Spread collar
  • Sleeveless
  • Unlined
  • 50% cotton, 50% lyocell
  • Machine wash, line dry
  • Imported

Skirts

Then , there’s the dress alternative, the skirt. Skirts can be just as fun! Paired with the right wrinkle-free top, it’ sure to be a winning combo for traveling.

Annabelle Womens Fold Over Waistband Comfy A Line Flowy Midi Skirts with Side Pockets

$19.95

  • 96% Rayon / 4% Spandex
  • Made in USA
  • Pull On closure
  • A-Line Full Midi Skirt Perfect for Every Body Shape
  • Below Knee Length Comfortable Skirts Also Available in Plus Size Up to 3XL XXXL
  • Premium Quality Non Sheer Fabric with Extra Soft Touch
  • Perfect High Waist Fold-Over Skirts for Maternity Skirts to Cover and Warm the Belly <3
  • Model is Wearing Size Small and Her Height is 5’10” Waist 25″ and Hips 36″

Shorts

Then for those true vacationers who want to just leisure around day and night, shorts are definitely the way to go. Who wants to be cooped up all day? Not the shorts traveler that’s for sure. But who wants shorts that look like they’ve been playing all day?

Stretch Legend Wash Shorts by Eddie Bauer

$27.00

  • Durable soft testure
  • Wrinkle-resistant
  • Pockets specially designed to be flattering to curvy figures
  • Low-profile welt back pockets
  • Zip fly
  • Average inseam: Reg 10″: Petite 9″: Tall 11″: Plus 10″
  • Curvy: Sits below natural waist: mid-rise: smaller in waist and fuller through hip and thigh.
  • 97% cotton/3% spandex
  • Imported
  • Comes in a variety of colors

Straighten Up

There you have it! Whether you are traveling on business or pleasure, wrinkle-free clothes are the way to go. There is another alternative to lugging along a travel iron or steamer.  So, use that extra packing space and pack more wrinkle free travel clothing on your next trip!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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13 Replies to “Wrinkle Free Travel Clothing – Straighten Up”

  1. This is a great list of things I didn’t even know I needed. I am a regular flier and would love some clothes that fit that lifestyle. Crazy enough, I never thought about how I could make it so much easier to travel with some clothes that fit the bill. Thanks so much for the info!

    1. Hey Jennifer!

      Oh my gosh, YES! There are so many to choose from. Those jeans and pants ARE great, aren’t they?

      Thank you for stopping by my site! Happy travels to you….

  2. Aaah I need these!! I travel frequently and hate pulling wrinkly clothes out of my suitcase. What a great idea to simply buy wrinkle-free clothes lol. The dress is so cute, I need that

  3. I really like that skirt. I have been thinking of ideas for christmas presents for my girlfriend and I think she would love it! We are also planning a trip right after xmas so it will be perfect.

  4. This is fantastic advice for travelers. I hate dragging the steam iron along and hoping there’s an ideal place to use it. Of course, there are people who enjoy ironing; they see it as a beloved hobby. Ick. I’ll go with jeans and boyfriend shirts.
    Thanks for this article!

  5. I love how you broke down every piece of clothing because I am the type of person to bring at least one of each on a trip! I also can say that when I’ve packed I’ve never really considered why my clothes do or do not wrinkle once I arrive to my destination.

    Thanks for the tips!

  6. Hey Geri,

    Cheers on another great post. I have never even thought about wearing clothes that are wrinkle-free while traveling. I guess since I am so broke all I ever think about is where I’m going to get my next meal haha!

    I also personally love being dirty while I travel. I like wearing the same clothes for days, and even let some of the dirt cake up on them so people know that I’ve been traveling.

    I have realized that sometimes dirty clothes can be a good conversation starter.

    “Where the hell have you been and what have you been through.”

    “You look like you’ve been through hell and back!”

    Just kidding, people don’t generally talk about my clothes when I’m traveling.

    But now that I have read your post, maybe I can style up a bit and start looking more fresh as I backpack around southeast Asia!

    Cheers,

    Max

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