With the Coronavirus restrictions starting to lift, there are strict precautions set out by each country's officials, the most prominent being a face mask and hand sanitizer. If we are venturing out, we need our own PPE for our own, and others, protection. So, if we're going to have to wear masks for the foreseeable future, we may as well make them fashionable!
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Serà Fine Silk Masks
Keep it simple with this set of silk masks from Sera Fine, which will be both soft on your skin and you'll have a variety of colours to work with your wardrobe.
£70 from Bombinate
Nano Air Mask
The reusable face mask everyone is talking about. The Nano Air Mask is made of nanofiber and claims to filter more than 95% of airborne particles. It's as light as a sheet of paper and breathing is easy with the mask on.
$45 for 10 from Nano Air
Slip pintucked face mask
For a more feminine mask that will be kind on skin, this slip isn't likely to leave crease marks on your face.
£35 from Farfetch
Natasha Zinko Leopard Mask
For those looking to make a fashion statement, inject some animal print with these Natasha Zinko Leopard-print cotton face masks.
£25 from Harvey Nichols
Mostly Heard Rarely Seen
This two-tone mask from Mostly Heard Rarely can be hand washed and has been designed to perfectly fit the contours of your face.
£79 from Farfetch
Off-White Black Arrows Mask
Another statement option from popular brand Off White, this mask is machine washable with a double strap tie.
£70 from Farfetch
Mulberry Tartan Check Face Covering
Have some fun with tartan thanks to this beautiful addition from British fashion house, Mulberry. Made of organic cotton, it also features a canvas storage pouch, should you need one.
£45 from Mulberry