How Can I Keep My Linen Clothing From Wrinkling?

Written by: Deb German


Photo: Deb German

The answer is short and sweet: you can’t, but why would you want to in the first place? If you hoped the smooth, crisp linen shirt you chose to wear this morning would stay unrumpled all day while it continued to do your bidding, it’s time to iron out your thinking: linen’s wrinkles are not character flaws, but instead add interest to this cool and breathable ancient textile.

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Is Corduroy in Style for 2018?

By: Orvis Staff

As the weather becomes increasingly chilly, prompting you to take stock of your winter wardrobe, you may wonder: are corduroy pants in style for 2018? The answer—judging from fall 2017 fashion shows—is an emphatic yes. Attractive, comfortable, and warm, classic corduroy pants and jackets are always in style….

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All About “Wrinkle-Free” Pants

By: Orvis Staff

As perennial wardrobe staples, khakis and chinos are among the fashion industry’s greatest inventions. Comfortable, versatile, and good looking, they can be dressed up or down and are appropriate for work and any number of occasions. But not if they’re wrinkled. And that has always been a major drawback to old-style cotton khakis: you can wear them only once or twice and then they’re likely to become a crumpled mess. And who wants to spend the time (or money) ironing pants only to have them get wrinkled again right away? We think there are much better things to do with your time, which is why we’re fans of “wrinkle-free” cotton fabrics for our clothing.

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Is This Business Casual?

By: Orvis Staff

As a dress code, business casual is a moving target. In this fast-changing world, what is considered appropriate casual office attire today is different from what it was even just a year ago. Maybe . . .

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The Sweater vs. the Sweatshirt: Two Fall Favorites

By: Orvis Staff

Crisp autumn breezes, the crunch of leaves underfoot, and the rich, oaky scent of wood smoke wafting through the air—these are telltale signs it’s time to trade those lightweight T-shirts for . . .

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