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I bring my gym bag every morning to the gym but carry my business attire on a hanger as to not get it wrinkled. Any suggestions for easier transportation? Looking for a wrinkle free way of making my gym bag and work attire one. Any suggestions? 

 

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On 1/6/2019 at 9:25 AM, Surfchum said:

I bring my gym bag every morning to the gym but carry my business attire on a hanger as to not get it wrinkled. Any suggestions for easier transportation? Looking for a wrinkle free way of making my gym bag and work attire one. Any suggestions? 

 

Thanks!

 

Do you go to the gym first thing in the morning, then afterwards take a shower and then head straight to work? 

Put your work clothes and gym attire in one bag; your work clothes are going to get wrinkled that way. After you're finished working out, take your work clothes with you on a hanger and leave them just outside of the shower where the steam from the hot shower will un-wrinkle them. Put the clothes back on and head to work that way.

 

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On 1/6/2019 at 9:25 AM, Surfchum said:

I bring my gym bag every morning to the gym but carry my business attire on a hanger as to not get it wrinkled. Any suggestions for easier transportation? Looking for a wrinkle free way of making my gym bag and work attire one. Any suggestions? 

 

Thanks!

Not sure what your "work attire" is, for reference, most day's I'm dress slacks, button down shirt, suspenders, cuff links, and tie. Every now and then I'll toss on a nice jacket

 

I put all my work clothes in my gym bag the night before (loosely rolled up) and leave them in the bag till I'm done with the shower. I don't cram stuff in the locker cause the gyms lockers are too narrow for my stuff (if I used hangers) and too narrow for my bag to fit in.

 

I take stuff outta the bag after I shower and get dressed. Granted, all my things are "wrinkle free" and I don't care about military precision creases/edges on my work wear. 

 

I'd recommend getting good quality wrinkle free clothing, Jos. A. Banks makes decent stuff but their shirts never lasted more than a year for me. I now use a mail order brand called Charles Tyrwhitt (ctshirts.com). Good quality, good tailoring, and their stuff lasts longer than Jos. A. Banks.

 

 

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