good morning everyone. hope y'all had a great weekend. another question. how do you keep your clothes from getting wrinkled? i know you cannot bring an iron on board. how about one of those steamers? 13 days and counting!
I don't worry about it because everyone else is in the same boat. (Sorry about the pun)
The humidity on board seems to help, but we tried a steamer once, and it was not worth the hassle. By the end of the cruise, your clothes will be so tight due to the sudden weight gain that they will look perfect.
for future travels, you may want to look into TravelSmith.com. They have many types of outfits, interchangeable, for both men and women. They are wrinkle resistant. My dress and slacks hang perfectly everytime.
Costa Atlantica 3/2004
I bring a travel iron, and never have been prevented from doing so....you can take cleaning bags and layer between clothes, use bubble pack, buy that wrinklle release product ,or hang it inthe bathroom, and run a hot shower....all will help...
I've never really had a wrinkle problem. Lot's of my clothes are knits. And I pack very carefully. Everything is folded or rolled. I pack the night before I leave and try to unpack as soon as possible so the stuff doesn't stay in the suitcase any longer than needed.
I guess either I have never read this info anywhere or never questioned about it but I was not aware we couldn't bring an iron. I have bought a travel iron the last 3 cruises and ironed what need to be as soon as I got my luggage. Never left the room until it cooled and then put into the drawer until time to pack up. Should I not do this anymore? Darn if I do, I am going to feel guilty. I should have skipped over this one.
Inspiration May 26, 2002
Holiday March 1, 2003 & August 21, 2003 & April 24, 2004
Sensation March 3, 2005