If we can’t show people our real smiles, why not make our coronavirus mandated accessories fashionable? Masks are once again required indoors and in large outdoor groups at the U due to the new delta variant. But, by making your masks a fashionable asset to your outfits, you’ll be joining stars like Billie Eilish who was seen rocking a Gucci face mask at the Grammys.
If you don’t know where to begin on your quest to face mask fashion, you’re in luck! Some of the most iconic high-fashion websites have you covered.
Vogue posted a list on their website of what they consider to be the most stylish masks to wear right now. Designs include an Evolvetogether Paris navy face mask, Top Lad floral disposable face masks, the Maskc blush tone KN95 pack and many others.
Today.com also posted their list of the 21 best face masks that they consider stylish. Some of their picks included the Banana Republic Flyweight Masks, the Urban Outfitters Marble Dye Reusable masks and the American Eagle Active Knit Mask.
You can even twin face masks with some of your favorite celebrities! People.com posted a list of 21 celebrities and where you can get matching face masks to them. Some of the people on the list include Jennifer Lopez, who wore a Noli Yoga Crystal Houndstooth Mask, Kate Middleton, who wore a Amaia Adult Reusable Cotton Face Mask in the Pink Pepper color and Hailey Bieber who was caught wearing a Michael Stars Leopard Face Mask
If you want to take high fashion masks to the next level, even some designer brands are assisting us in expressing ourselves via face coverings. Louis Vuitton has a variety of masks ranging up to a Monogram Watercolor Embroidered Mask Cover for $760. Balenciaga also has their own masks, the lowest price being $130.
All in all, instead of letting these face coverings bring our outfits down, let’s use them to enhance our inner fashionistas. No matter your price range, you are sure to find a mask that meets your fashion and safety needs.
words & design_ainsley vetter.