I would not. You can turn most of them inside out and then steam iron them. Inside out so you don`t create a shiny sheen, although shine seems to be "in" nowadays. Examine the garment. If it is made of two different kinds of fabric, like a liner, one of the fabrics will probably shrink in the dryer
, causing puckering, because manufacturers still don`t pre-wash and dry fabric before stitching. Also, decorations might come off and fake fur will singe up into a worn look. If you are going to take the risk, try a cool or low dryer
setting. Also, especially on warm settings, dry the item by itself or turn it inside out so little fabric pillings from other garments will not be seen when you wear it. Don`t leave it in the dryer
very long. Inside out ironing really is better. If creases are firm, fold them the other way, iron them to opposite the way of the crease, then re-iron to flatten correctly. If you don`t turn them inside out, to avoid shine, you must put a protective fabric between the pants and the iron, like a thin towel. They sell hand-held steam machines you use while the garment hangs.