As the fashion industry continues to offer its support to those affected by the COVID-19 pandemic, many brands have started to make and sell non-medical face masks to the general public. Some brands, like Frankies Bikinis, are even offering complimentary masks with online purchases. (The CDC recommends that everyone should wear a cloth face mask when venturing outside.) The selling of these masks provides a source of income for the brands (companies large and small have seen a decline in traditional retail sales) and most brands have, smartly, included some give-back initiative along with mask purchases. Though the selling and purchasing of face masks is not to make a fashion statement, as covering up becomes the new normal you may find yourself looking for comfortable, reusable, and washable masks instead of DIYing one at home. Ahead, 43 face coverings to shop, from floral print to camo design masks.
Mavi's face masks are lightweight, breathable, and made with a double layer of pre-washed 100 percent cotton. Should you not love this bandana print print, you can get the camo version. For every bundle sold, the brand will donate a bundle to Homes for the Homeless (HFH).
There's no mixed messaging here once you slip on this "don't touch me" mask over your face. It's 100 percent cotton and machine washable. For every mask you order from this brand, it will donate $1 to The National Domestic Violence hotline.
Grayson's face masks are made from its soft and breathable shirting fabrics. Coming in packs of four, each mask is lined in Italian white cotton. All proceeds will go to One Fair Wage's emergency cash assistance program for service workers who have lost their jobs (most of whom are women and single mothers). In addition, the brand is donating reusable masks to the Los Angeles Downtown Women's Center.
Clare V's launching a new style called the Bowie after the brand's bisous masks quickly sold out. The new designs are made locally in Los Angeles and sealed with the label's signature embroidered lip design. They are 100 percent cotton and machine washable.
If you love Beyond Yoga's fitness gear, you'll be glad to know the brand's also offering face masks. They are handmade in Los Angeles, reusable, and machine washable. With each mask purchase, Beyond Yoga will also donate two masks to essential workers.
This functional set containing a face mask and scrunchie will come in handy when you need to keep the hair out of your face. The mask is reusable and made from breathable 100 percent cotton fabric. Twenty percent of proceeds will go to the Crisis Text Line.
This face mask is made from leftover fabric in Erdem's pre-fall 2020 collection. The mask includes a removable filter that inserts into a pocket on the reverse. In support of COVID-19 relief efforts, 100 percent of net profits from these masks will be donated to the National Emergencies Trust Coronavirus Appeal.
Made in California, these reusable and machine washable face masks are crafted from 100 percent cotton Japanese vintage fabric and lined with khaki cotton jersey fabric also from Japan. The masks are lightweight, making them a good option for summer, and come with an interior pocket for filters.
This reusable, antimicrobial copper mask is made in the United States at a FDA registered facility. It lasts through 60 washes and one size fits all. Theramasks has recently delivered 250,000 of these masks directly to the D.C. National Guard and other first responders in the states.
This mask is 100 percent cotton and comes in a variety of prints and colors should camo not suit your tastes. Every mask is machine washable and will vary slightly in print or color due to the nature of the brand's prints.
Each ética face mask is handmade with upcycled cotton poplin that is treated with a nontoxic botanical tie dye. Each order comes with one mask and two antibacterial meltblown poly filters. For every mask sold, the brand will donate a four-pack of its medical-grade masks to hospitals, healthcare workers, and first responders.
Maternity wear brand Emilia George is now making 100 percent cotton masks for shoppers in addition to producing 100,000 masks for the National Institute of Health. These washable and reusable masks are made with two layers of cotton and lined with a "webbed interfacing" middle layer.
Boden's pack of three masks feature classic prints and patterns from the brand and are all designed in-house in London. The masks are made from soft jersey fabric and have an internal wire along the top edge for fit on the nose.
Summersalt's face masks are available in packs of three. They are all triple layered, adjustable behind the ears, and are made from recycled materials and 100 percent cotton. For every set sold, Summersalt will donate a face covering to an organization doing their part to help the larger community. (You can even nominate organizations for this by sliding into the brand's DMs with a name.)
Nordstrom offers a pack of six knit cotton masks that are washable and sits comfortably on your face. For every package of masks purchased, Nordstrom will donate a mask to help protect kids and families in their communities.
A pack of five fuss-free cotton face masks that will shield you when you're outdoors.
Not a fan of flashy prints or bright colors? You'll likely gravitate towards these metallic options.
Cotton Citizen's double-layered cotton face masks have an adjustable nose bridge and elastic ear loops for a comfortable fit. The masks are made (remotely) right in Los Angeles.
These face masks are made in Los Angeles and come in a pack of five. Lucky Brand will donate five masks, when you buy five. Masks will be donated to the brand's "unhoused neighbors and low-income Angelenos through their community partners."
BlackStrap creates masks out of repurposed antimicrobial fabric that is both breathable and lightweight. For every mask sold, the brand will donate a mask to someone in need.
Eberjey's unisex, washable face masks are made from up-cycled fabric from past collections and include three layers of protection. The purchase of these masks goes directly towards keeping Eberjey's seamstresses actively working. (They're made in Miami, Florida.) For every mask sold, the brand is donating one to a health care worker.
Lele Sadoughi's face masks feature uplifting colorful prints. The masks come in a pack of three and they feature a three-layer design with classic ear straps, a metal nose piece, and an opening for a filter. The masks are machine washable. For every mask pack purchased, the brand will donate one custom designed headband to a medical worker (these headbands have button hooks to make medical masks more comfortable around the ears).
This black and white non-medical grade face mask is made from a cotton blend and cotton jersey. There is an opening to insert a filter, and the ties easily fit around your head. For each mask purchased, $3 is donated to the World Health Organization's COVID-19 Response.
Tabacaru Swim's face masks are made of up-cycled materials from the brand's current collection. The masks are reusable, washable, and are double layered with cotton on the inside and water-resistant fabric on the outside. Each mask comes with a N95 filter inside it and one extra N95 filter. Twenty percent of all mask sales will be donated to The Los Angeles Food bank.
Onzie uses multi-layer fabric made of "full flex spandex technology" to create its face masks. The fabric is stretchy, comfortable, quick drying, and breathable. The brand has donated over 15,000 masks, and counting, through its Mindful Mask give back initiative.
Goldie's face masks are made from high-quality double layered 100 percent Peruvian pima cotton for thickness and protection. (The cotton is sourced and manufactured in Peru.) The side ear pieces are made from elasticized ribbed loops.
This 100 percent cotton mask is made in the states and has a carbon insert made of five layers of "PM2.5 air mask filtering." This non-medical grade mask comes in a basic black color and is both washable/reusable.
Ari Jogiel's "Vanguard Guard to Guard Masks," are made in Los Angeles after the designer took some time to "research, design, source, test and create" the label's face masks. For every mask purchased, Ari Jogiel will donate a mask to a front line worker. The masks are made from two layers of anti-microbial fabric, has a built-in 100 percent cotton filter, and are washable/durable.
These one-size-fits-all unisex face masks come in a pack of five. The masks have built-in nose wires and are made with 100 percent cotton muslin. For each purchase, Sanctuary will donate a medical-grade mask to organizations in need.