Wrinkled clothes after drying ?

Here are a few things about loading a dryer that can help prevent a load of clothes from coming out wrinkled: First, don’t over stuff the machine. Your clothes need room to tumble about! After clothes have come out of the washing machine, they tend to be twisted from the torque of the final spin cycle; shaking them out before they go in the dryer will help to cut back on wrinkling. It will also speed up the drying time, which is a nice bonus.
I know you’re not going to like this one, but I’m honor-bound to tell you that folding clothes immediately after removing them from the dryer is crucial to preventing wrinkling. Similarly, hanging clothes like dress shirts straight out of the dryer will help keep them looking crisp and cut way back on the amount of steaming or ironing they’ll need.
Spritz wrinkles away by spraying them and either hang or lay it flat and smooth it out using your hands. As the water dries, the wrinkles will disappear.