Quarantine In Style: Where To Get The Most Stylish Masks

With the virus still at large, it's a great idea to invest in some masks that reflect your personal style.

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With the virus still at large, it's a great idea to invest in some masks that reflect your personal style.

This summer, Governor Phil Murphy recommended that everyone wear a mask at the beach (and any public place you go), but there’s no reason that should cramp your style. These companies are making it possible to stay safe and have fun in style.

Vera Bradley

Vera Bradley is known for their floral and paisley patterns and these masks uphold that legacy. You can choose from an assortment of their signature patterns made from soft cotton with dual layer protection. The masks go for $8.00 and up. Check them out here.

Disney

The whole family can enjoy these adorable themed Disney masks with designs ranging from Baby Yoda to Black Panther. The masks are $20.00 for a themed pack of four, and they will be donating 1,000,000 masks to those in need and $1 million of the to MedShare. Check them out here. 

Zumiez

The store every skater loves is selling the coolest masks from brands like Empyre, Zine, A-Lab and RIPNDIP. They have a large variety of sick graphics and patterns with masks starting at $9.95 and ranging to $14.95. Check them out here. 

Etsy

Esty has a giant variety of masks in different patterns and graphics made by independent sellers. They have everything from masks with pop culture references to snake skin. If you’re not feeling anything eccentric, they have plain colors. Prices vary. Check them out here. 

Universal Music Group

Universal Music Groups “We’ve Got You Covered” masks have logos from all your favorite bands from Billie Ellish to Black Sabbath. The masks are all $15.00, and 100% of the proceeds go to MusiCares to make sure all of our musicians and industry workers stay safe and are provided for during this uncertain time. Check them out here. 

With all these options, you are sure to be safely styling during the pandemic. If you aren’t a fan of online ordering, ask around town and see if anyone you know is selling them. Also, consider picking up the materials you need to make a mask and pull up a YouTube video to make one yourself.

With all of these options, we can save the N95 masks for the heroes on the front lines and look gorgeous while being safe and responsible.