Our favourite fashionable face masks
Face masks have been scientifically proven to provide the most effective protection against Covid-19. But there is no reason why you can’t make a fashion statement at the same time.
Both high street brands and designer labels are retailing masks, in a plethora of prints and colourways, to suit every outfit and personality.
Whether you’re keen to channel the latest trends or take a more subtly stylish approach, there is something available for you. Discover some of our favourite designs below.
As the name suggests, The Big Silk specialises in accessories made from grade A mulberry silk. These masks won’t leave you with any marks, redness or irritation, making them especially fitting for those suffering from maskne. You can even pick up a matching hair scrunchie too!
100% of profits from the sale of Great British Designer face coverings will be split between NHS Charities Together, BFC Foundation Fashion Fund and Wings of Hope Children’s Charity. Available in packs of three, these masks feature eye-catching prints by the likes of Julien Macdonald, Rixo, Mulberry and Halpern.
Firebox’s sleek monogram masks can be personalised with up to five letters for an extra special touch. They are washable, reusable and include replaceable filters, plus there’s no chance of getting them mixed up with those that belong to other members of your household.Floral silk face mask, £35, The Vampire’s Wife
Beautifully crafted from double-layered silk, this floral face mask is completed with ruffles and silk-covered elastic straps. If that wasn’t enough, each design is also presented in a coordinating drawstring bag. The Vampire’s Wife has really exceeded itself with this offering.
There is no doubt that Saint Laurent’s face masks live up to the French fashion house’s lavish reputation. Crafted from 100% silk, this striking leopard print design couldn’t be more on-trend.Rainbow face masks (pack of three), £19, Little Mistress
These rainbow face masks hail from Little Mistress’ collaboration with Kindred. They’re made from a two-layer knitted yarn that is kind to sensitive skin and can be reused up to 30 times. All proceeds will go directly to NHS Charities Together, so it’s well worth exploring the entire range.