There are some tricks we’ve learned about how to get ready quickly in the morning, but ironing clothes is not something we knew how to hack—until now!
Instead of bringing out the iron, there are some effective alternatives to ironing when you just don’t feel like dealing with all the hassle, or when you’re travelling.
Flatten with a damp towel
You can try this simple trick even when you’re not at home. Lay your wrinkled clothes on a flat surface and put a damp towel on top of it. Press down and smooth out the creased area. Let it dry, and you’ll be crinkle free.
Use a hairdryer
This method is so easy. Hang your wrinkled item up, stand one to two inches away and blow-dry it until the wrinkles disappear.
Use the shower
Close your bathroom doors and windows, and hang up the crinkled item in the bathroom. Take your shower as normal and allow the room to fill with steam. The steam will loosen the crinkles and they will fall out.
Use a spray bottle
Hang the wrinkled item up in an open area. Standing approximately 12 inches away, and lightly mist with water from a spray bottle. (You can add a little fabric softener to the mix if you really want to change the game.) The wrinkles will start to vanish as the clothing item dries.
Steam with a kettle
Heat up a kettle until the water is boiling and hold up the wrinkled portion of your clothes about a foot away from the steaming spout, until the wrinkles fade away.
You can avoid also crinkles and wrinkles entirely by investing in some crease free fabrics, like these.
This gorgeous floral dress is uber flirty, with its subtle leg split and lace detailing. Pair with black stilettos for a complete look.
This dress is cut with an elegant, loose silhouette with floaty sleeves and a tie waist.
Pair with jeans, heels and a cami top for a luxed-up day-to-dark style.