Here's an example of a whole bunch of work that will get all crumpled up for shipping. The top was shortened for some reason and that kind of crease will take a lot of work to undo. When I ship it, it's going to get all wrinkled again and not everyone has a good steamer. Pics show the altered fold before and after. Haven't steamed it out yet. How do people ship items so their buyers receive it in decent condition? Long box? Fabric or paper between layers? Do people add care instructions with their items? I'm also curious if people received perfectly thought-out gifts of vintage clothing and how was it packed, what made it so special? Anything that makes life easier for my customers is worth the effort. Silk pants may squeeze into a tiny envelope but I really don't like to receive it that way. Tips or advice for a newbie?