I am probably no help as my clothing other than t-shirts, jeans, and boxers requires ironing, but I am glad to share. Perhaps no-iron equivalents, or perhaps you will discover the joy of ironing while playing Bach or Ravel. (The Stones are reserved for full on house cleaning.).
i am 73 and retired, living in Austin, Texas. My summer uniform is a long sleeved linen, gingham, or Madras shirt worn untucked and with the sleeves rolled up, a pair of Khyber cloth shorts, and canoe mocs or very cool macrame flip flops from Leather Man. In December, as summer winds down, I'll shift to corduroys and OCBDs and wear LHSs more, with argyles if it is actually cold. Sweaters will be Shetland crews (navy or grey) or a Fair Isle Vest. I have a salmon cotton summer sweater. I am still cogitating on when a summer sweater might be worn.
When I dress up in the summer, it is southern classics like a blue and white seersucker suit, an oyster poplin suit, a Madras jacket, a silk and wool tan glen plaid jacket, or a tropical worsted blazer, always with an OCBD, often with a bow tie, occasionally with a four-in-hand, and usually with tassel loafers in No. 8. When it cools the jackets will change to tweeds or a doeskin blazer.