Face Masks for Moms: Where to Buy 15 of Our Favorite Reusable Options

I was recently scrolling through the Instagram story of one of my favorite lifestyle bloggers. Her outfit caught my eye and oddly, my first thought was how much I liked her face mask. This definitely felt like a weird reaction, because the rest of her outfit was really cute, but right now face masks are on on my mind. And I’m sure I’m not alone in this.

While the point of face masks is not to make a fashion statement, finding one you actually like makes wearing it a bit more bearable. And since we’re all doing our best to stay safe, if wearing a mask can help, it’s worth it.

The CDC recommends wearing a face covering while in public settings when social distancing is hard to maintain (like in a grocery store) to prevent the spread of COVID-19. These measures are recommended for adults and children over the age of 2.

 

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The general public is advised to wear simple cloth coverings, not surgical masks or N-95 respirators as those are critical supplies for healthcare workers.

Fortunately, big brands and small Etsy shops are answering the call for non-surgical masks. Here, we’ve rounded up 15 adult masks to stay safe (and also a little stylish while you’re at it). And if you’re looking for a mask for your child, we have you covered there as well.

Old Navy

Variety 5-Pack of Triple-Layer Cloth Masks

Old Navy offers a budget-friendly option, with a 5-pack going for just $12.50. Lots of other colors and patterns are available!

Erika M. Powell Textiles

Patterned Cloth Masks

Though these masks are on the pricier side, the quality can't be beat. They include a pocket to slip in a paper filter and contain wire to pinch around your nose. Plus, $5 from every purchase is donated to a non-profit medical clinic.

Christy Dawn

The Sustainable Mask in Solids (5-Pack)

Christy Dawn's 5-pack of solid, sustainable masks are sure to go with any outfit.

Taylor Jay

Cotton Face Covers

These two-color, cotton masks come in a variety of colors. Plus, your purchase supports a Black, female-owned small business.

Etsy

Rifle Paper Co. Mask

This Etsy shop, Pink Poppies Designs, offers a variety of pretty Rifle Paper Co. mask patterns.

Etsy

Reversible Linen Face Masks

These under $15 masks from Etsy shop MaliWear come in lots of colors and patterns. Kids sizes available, too!

Christy Dawn

The Sustainable Mask in Florals (5-Pack)

Another Christy Dawn option but this sustainable mask 5-pack comes in floral patterns.

Etsy

Multi-Color Tie Dye Cotton Mask

This Etsy shop, Essence of Cuteness, features different tie dye designs and colors with items updated as they sell out.

Etsy

Great Lakes Sewing Unisex Adult Reusable Face Mask

This Etsy shop, Great Lakes Sewing, offers a wide variety of colors and designs to choose from.

The Mighty Company

Parent & Kid Mask Duo

Match with your little with these bright and sparkly masks. The site also offers adult and kid masks sold individually. Every mask sold online contributes toward making a second mask to be donated to The Midnight Mission homeless shelter in Downtown Los Angeles.

Tanya Taylor

Protective Face Masks, Flamingo Green Pack

These colorful patterned masks from Tanya Taylor are fun to pair with any summer outfit.

Joah Love

Pink Neon White Gauze Mask

Joah Love offers a wide variety of adult and kids masks in many colors and patterns. The company also donates a mask for every mask that is purchased.

Nation LTD

The Die-Dye Mask (2-Pack)

These tie-dye masks come in two different colors and you get two in a set.

Avocado Green Mattress

Organic Cotton Mask (4-Pack)

One of the first brands to start producing reusable organic face masks, Avocado Green Organic masks use materials that are responsibly and ethically sourced from India.

Onzie

Assorted Mindful Masks (2-Pack)

These masks are made from up-cycled fabrics used in Onzie yoga clothing, and proceeds from mask sales will be donated to healthcare workers through the Center for Disaster Philanthropy.

 

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