Take stock of your wardrobe.
If you really don’t enjoy ironing and don’t want to go down the ‘outsourcing’ path for ironing, chances are that any wrinkle-prone clothes will sit in your ironing basket more often than you will get to wear them.
I’m not suggesting that you go all slinky jersey from now on, but consider how well a garment supports your lifestyle, including how much time you want to spend on ironing, before you buy it. Iron-free or iron-easy clothing comes in all shapes, sizes and price ranges, including business shirts. If you love a crisp finish, you might still want to give it a quick once-over with the iron or a bit of steam, but it’s a great time saver if there are no major wrinkles that need tackling to start with.
If needed, declutter and organise your wardrobe. This will prevent clothes from getting lost, wrinkled and musty in the wardrobe, and will keep you from pulling out different tops and bottoms in a hurry, and then not returning them properly. There are many benefits to a carefully curated wardrobe, and cutting down on unnecessary washing and ironing is one of them.