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Hey there! By now you've probably seen the CDC's new guidelines recommending people wear non-medical face coverings in public.
Here are a few options for where you can get non-medical face masks for everyday use:
1.LookHuman is selling a variety of mask designs in catchy prints.
2.Anthropologie is selling face masks in sweet vintage prints, both individually and in sets.
3.Urban Outfitters is selling masks in both solids and prints, with a portion of the proceeds benefitting the American Nurses Foundation’s Coronavirus Response Fund for Nurses.
4.Vistaprint is selling face masks for both adults and children in solid and fun designs.
5.rag & bone is selling masks individually and in packs of three, with $5 going to City Harvest for every sale.
6.Zazzle has a wide selection of mask prints, plus the option to customize a mask with your own design.
7.shopDisney is selling face masks in sets of four in sizes small, medium, and large, and donating all the proceeds to MedShare, in addition to donating one million masks to communities in need.
8.Hot Topic is selling masks in solid colors and playful prints.
9.BoxLunch is selling masks in solid colors and quirky designs.
10.Reformation offers masks in five-packs of varied colors, if you want a ~surprise~ (plus, free shipping!).
11.Rent The Runway is selling "buy five, donate five" masks, with five masks donated to communities in need for every five sold.
12.Forever 21 is also selling masks in ~surprise~ patterns, each one unique from the rest.
13.Alice & Olivia is selling masks in its iconic Staceface print and donating one mask for every mask sold to communities in need.
14.Etsy, unsurprisingly, has dozens of artisans crafting masks.
15.Hot Topic has a few cute options for anyone looking for a quirky design.
16.Custom Ink is selling basic packs of face masks in family size and bulk.
17.Vida is selling masks in a variety of solid colors individually and in family packs.
18.Lotuff is converting vintage bandanas into masks, and donating a portion of the proceeds to the Providence community.
19.Mask Club has a selection of fun current and nostalgic prints to choose from.
20.xSuit has a variety of mask styles and colors to choose from, depending on how you want it to fit.
21.Vapor95 has masks in eye-catching prints and designs, and is donating a portion of the proceeds to provide doctors in NYC with medical masks.
23.Inkerman is selling three packs of masks that automatically donate three additional masks.
24.Swim Spot is selling masks in ten-packs made from fabric from its swimwear collection.
25.Birdwell is selling buy-one-give-one-masks that provide coverage for people providing free access to testing.
26.Modern American is selling six-packs of masks, with a portion of the proceeds going to frontline workers.
27.Project Repat, ordinarily a T-shirt quilt-making company, is selling antimicrobial masks.
28.Alabama Chanin is selling cotton masks that come in three different sizes.
29.Los Angeles Apparel is selling masks in three-packs, and donating masks to essential workers.
Just remember — masks are not a substitute for social distancing! You should still maintain a minimum of 6 feet of distance between you and other people when possible, and continue washing your hands and avoiding touching your face. Stay safe, y'all!
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