The Unexpected Accessory of the Summer: Masks

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Not necessarily the accessory trend we wanted, but it’s the trend we were given. What started off as a mad dash on Amazon to purchase the already low stock of medical masks has turned into major fashion brands all over the world designing and manufacturing face-masks for customers to wear for not only safety, but for fashion as well. You can now get masks in pretty prints and fashion-forward fabrics. Many brands are even creating masks that match back to their products so you can match your masks to your outfits. Scroll for brands who are making masks that are, dare we say, cute!

Christy Dawn

Known for their beautiful, super-feminine dresses, Christy Dawn doesn’t disappoint with their masks. Made in the same gorgeous prints as their apparel (deadstock material, so sustainable!), they offer a five-pack of masks, and for every pack sold, they donate an additional five-pack to people in need. Click here to shop Christy Dawn masks.

Bell Beachwear

If you plan to hit the beach or anywhere at all this summer, Bell Beachwear makes it easy to sport a stunning swimsuit and pair it with an equally stunning mask. The Miami based brand has taken a fashion-forward approach in their mask making by utilizing sequins in a variety of colors. In addition to the sequin design, they have non-sequin designs to choose from as well. They are masks that you’ll actually be excited to wear! Click here to shop Bell Beachwear masks.


Sanctuary is outfitting the entire family. They are offering a ten-pack of family masks (ranging in sizes and prints) to fit everyone in the family. For every order placed, Sanctuary will provide masks to organizations in need. Click here to shop Sanctuary masks.


The Miami based brand is making masks (and selling them at cost) in the same vibrant colors as their beach-ready apparel. These masks actually look like a beautiful summer accessory and feature a delicate border print for an added dose of detail. The masks come in a ton of colors with and without filters, and are machine washable so they can be reused. At the moment, Pitusa has donated 200 masks to the frontline workers of Miami. Click here to shop Pitusa masks.

Old Navy

A fun surprise, Old Navy is offering a five-pack of masks that they’re calling a “surprise variety pack.” Prints range from checkered to paisley and are all perfect for summer. The masks are made from excess fabric, so they’re made with the environment in mind. Additionally, they’re machine washable, so you can wash and reuse all summer long. They’re currently on backorder, but click here to sign up and be notified when they’re back in stock.

Remember, this is just a small roundup of the masks available out there. Most retailers are using this opportunity to produce masks and give back to the community, so be sure to check your favorite brands and see if they’re producing. Have suggestions for more trendy masks? Let us know in the comments below.

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