Since it is compulsory to wear a face mask in all social settings, we might as well look fashionable. Face coverings and masks are easier than ever to get your hands on so why not find one to match with your favourite outfit?
Single use face masks are quickly piling up and although they help keep us safe, it really isn’t good for the environment or for your wallet. If you wanted to go a step further in keeping sustainable, you might want to have a go at making your own face mask out of old materials or recycled clothing.
There are thousands of different masks to chose from, and we have put together some of our favourites to give you some inspiration.
Small businesses are creating their own masks and selling them on sites like Depop or through Facebook to help make it easier than ever to help protect our environment.
How to wash your reusable face mask, according to the CDC (Centres for Disease Control and Prevention) website below:
- You can include your mask with your regular laundry.
- Use regular laundry detergent and the warmest appropriate water setting for the cloth used to make the mask.
For those wanting a mask with a bit of an edge to it:
This stunning mask by Seletti can be found on the Selfridges website and is the perfect mask to spruce up an otherwise quite plain outfit.
If you’re looking for something with an edge, on a budget:
PrettyLittleThing have a great range of different face masks to suit any outfit and at just £5 you could pick up a few.
For anyone re-living the bejeweled 2000s:
This PrettyLittleThing mask is giving us Paris-Hilton-Juicy-Couture 2000s vibes, why not pair it with a going out dress for a dressier evening look or during the day with a plain outfit to add something a bit extra.
Why not try a little designer on a budget?
For anyone wanting a little bit of luxury but doesn’t want to splash the cash, these designer face masks in Boots are perfect for you. The pack includes masks from Mulberry, RAEBURN and Halpern. These masks are perfect to add a bit of colour to any outfit and at £7.50 for a pack of 3 it’s perfect for your pocket too!
For anyone holding onto summer:
If you don’t want to let go of the summer colours, these Debenhams masks are perfect for you, paired with a grey wooly jumper and chunky boots for the colder months.
For those jumping face first into Autumn:
This mask by Gretna Green is perfect as we head into autumn and why not try other tartan combinations. Tartan is an absolute classic and is a great way to spruce up any and every outfit.
We hope you find some facemask inspo, tweet us @Fashion_North with some of your favourite masks you’ll be wearing!
Great article ! Seems a shame to use pretty little thing a fashion house that is not only unfriendly to our planet but had also been accused of using slave labour. Be great to see you guys support smaller fashion houses and Etsy pages instead.