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Women 50+ know: The best wrinkle-free travel clothing Most Liked

1. Magellan
From Beth Whitman in 5 must-have travel clothes and accessories
“Made of a silky soft polyester/spandex blend, [the Jet Set Skirt by Magellan is] …machine washable and wrinkle-free–extremely important for the savvy traveler who wants to look good but may not have access to an iron. Jet Set has a variety of other clothes in this collection so that you can mix and match.”

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2. Chico’s Traveler’s Line
From roadtripdreamer in Where can I find “wrinkle free” business attire?
“I’m a big fan of the Chico’s travelers line. I can travel for an entire week in a small duffel bag or carry-on. The pieces never wrinkle and always look sharp.” (Roadtripdreamer may be better known to VN members as Carol White. Read her Top 5 Packing Tips for your Summer Road Trip.)

3. L.L.Bean
From Mistygirl in Where can I find “wrinkle free” business attire?
“[L.L.Bean's wrinkle free shirts] …fit great and are truly wrinkle free, looking freshly ironed right out of the dryer. I was on a shuttle bus from the airport on a hot, humid day, and a lady said to me, ‘That must be a magic blouse you are wearing because you just traveled all day and you look so crisp!’”

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4. TravelSmith
From Renee H. in Where can I find “wrinkle free” business attire?
“They
offer an entire catalog full of “travel-friendly” clothing; many of which do not wrinkle. I often buy their clothing for everyday use, to keep looking wrinkle free. They even keep their prices within the realm of reason.”

5. Coldwater Creek
From GabrielleP in Where can I find “wrinkle free” business attire?
“…You can wear it for a week on the road and no one can tell …Even if you don’t want to wear their stuff to work if you’re not traveling, they have a line of travel knits that really works on the road.”

6. Contourwear
From Kathy Dragon in Top 7 must-have travel accessories
Travel expert Kathy Dragon recommends several pieces from the Contourwear line, especially the Contourwear ZOP2: Bermuda Convertible. “The zip-offs are made of Schoeller fabric, which means rain (or red wine) bead off the pants. They don’t pill or pick.”

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  1. Generic Image ResaR says

    I agree with roadtripdreamer – Chico’s Travel Wear clothing line is essential when traveling. Wrinkle free and packs into a small space. They carry different weights of fabric for seasonal concerns.

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  2. Gigi of eight Gigi of eight says

    When I first travelled to England, I had three suitcases full of clothes…an outfit and shoe for each occasion. The more I travelled, I found out that PACK LIGHT. Bring one skirt with three blouses to wear or one pair of jeans with three tops to wear.
    Pack what you what and then take half of it out of the suitcase! That is my advice.

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  3. Carol Orsborn Carol Orsborn says

    Patagonia is my favorite travel clothes.  Love that they don’t wrinkle, and drip dry (actually, dry all by themselves with the least bit of sun on them!)

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  4. Dr. Susan R. Meyer Dr. Susan R. Meyer says

    Eileen Fisher has become a staple for me. All of her clothing is comfortable and stylish. Most items roll so small that I can take practically my entire wardrobe when I travel. And they unroll wrinkle-free.

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  5. donna10-4 donna10-4 says

    Also another tip I learned while travelling out of the country a few years ago to Canada, roll your clothing to prevent wrinkles and to keep them wearable when you may or may not have access to an iron.  Really works, and you have more room in your suitcase.

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  6. Generic Image Mama Mia says

    Travel wear that’s my choice of daily wear.  I used to wear Weekenders it was wonderful for travel, casual and business wear that was washable etc.  One of my Weekender friends introduced me to the newest division of  Jockey. It’s callee Jockey Person to Person.   It is sold through independent consultants and like all Jockey it’s so comfortable and great quality.  There’s a little bit of everything.  Casual, atheltic, many great career wear pieces, 2 cute dresses etc.  XS-XXX.  Pretty colors this season.  Something for every ‘body’.   You can go to http://www.jockeyp2p.com and go under product to view the catalog.  You may have a Jockey girl near you or you can contact me and I can help you.  It is sold in US and and Canada.  Shipping is so cheap and fast.

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