WhIch fab­rIcs are less WrInkly?

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keeping clothes wrin­kle-free can be quite a chal­lenge, espe­cially when you’re trav­el­ling. Un­less you’re pre­pared to con­stantly iron your more for­mal at­tire or carry around a steamer, it’s best to avoid wrin­kle-prone fab­rics like cot­ton, linen and. Instead, go for these wrin­klere­sis­tant op­tions:

Wool: Not only does it keep you warm, wool re­cov­ers more quickly from wrin­kles due to its elas­tic na­ture. The elas­tic prop­er­ties of wool fibers help the gar­ment stretch and re­turn to its wrin­kle-free state when the wrin­kle is smoothed away.

Cashmere: This lux­ury fab­ric is soft, warm and breath­able and has the same wrin­kle-resistant prop­er­ties like wool.

Ny­lon: Not only is this ar­ti­fi­cial fiber strong and elas­tic, it does not ab­sorb mois­ture, mak­ing it more wrin­klere­sis­tant compared to other fibers.

Polyester: like ny­lon, polyester is also non-ab­sorbent while be­ing durable and able to tol­er­ate ex­po­sure to sun­light.

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