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Mar 3, 2019

Just send your shirts in for wash & fold. Much cheaper than dry clean

Mar 4, 2019

Get the collection of men's clothes at shops of gents garment retailers in Amravati.

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Mar 4, 2019

You might want to do the math on the ROI of buying some non-iron shirts. You can always find
Charles Tyrwhitt options 3/$99
https://www.ctshirts.com/us/home?utm_term=tm%20lew... .

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Mar 5, 2019

Your solution is to wear a jacket over a wrinkly shirt? Even when wearing a jacket it's nice to take it off every now and then.

Though to answer your larger question, the answer to 'too much' is dependent on what the office style is.

Mar 5, 2019

Its pretty strict. The odd thing, as you touched on, would probably be never taking it off.

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Mar 5, 2019

I hate your username (was just on two implementations)

Mar 5, 2019

A jacket does not excuse a wrinkled shirt.

Want to avoid ironing?
1) Remove your shirts from the wash immediately after the cycle stops.
2) Put it in the dryer on low for no more than 3-5 minutes.
3) Remove promptly, hang it up, smooth any wrinkles and let it air dry.

Mar 5, 2019

I rock cardigans on the daily (namely because i'm always freezing) but they also help conceal wrinkles on the off day I don't iron. Be prepared to get some flack for the "old man" attire.

Mar 5, 2019
  1. Only buy Eton shirts. They last forever and don't require ironing.
  2. Like the others said, if you hang dry, you don't generally need to iron.
Mar 5, 2019

Woah, I'm a huge Eton guy, all I own, but I still iron mine. What're you doing different? I wash mine on dedicates setting and air dry. They're not wrinkled like say my undershirts would be, but they're certainly not crisp.

Please advise.

Mar 5, 2019

They shouldn't be getting wrinkly lol. Do you live somewhere super humid?!

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Mar 5, 2019

He just said he can't afford to dry clean often and you recommend he get $300 dress shirts?

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Mar 5, 2019

They are like $100 on sale.

Mar 5, 2019

I wouldn't wear a jacket everyday, certainly not in the summer. However, it makes perfect sense from December to february and a little bit outside of that range.

Mar 9, 2019

So, If you like to minimize your time then I will give you an idea. I sweat a lot, for that reason my shirt became wet. The shirt is curled while traveling. What I do?? After going to home from office, I hanged my shirt onto a Hanger and spread it outside into open air. As a result sweats became dry and wrinkles became vanished for air flow. If you have no space outside of your home then hang it inside of your room and switched on the fan. By following this way, I wear a shirt 4-5 days in a week. Isn't easy?

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Mar 11, 2019

You can also hang up your dress shirts in your bathroom when you shower for that extra steamy free action

Apr 16, 2019
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