If you’re trying to figure out where to buy face masks right now, look no further—we’ve found over 100 options below. Even as some states begin to reopen, most still require you to wear a face mask in public areas. The CDC recommends it. Streetwear brands have embraced the moment. As have political junkies. Even the White House is now requiring its staff to mask up.
Social distancing is your first line of defense against the Coronavirus, but if you’re going to go outside to protest or just buy groceries, you should be wearing a mask (and it probably wouldn’t hurt to carry some hand sanitizer too). We’re no longer in the phase of the pandemic where, due to low mask supplies, your only option is to grab a bandana. There are now enough companies making face masks that you’ll almost certainly be able to grab something functional and stylish enough that you won’t mind wearing it. (Looks, of course, are a secondary concern. If a bandana’s what you’ve got, a bandana’s what you’ve got. If you’re really jonesing to exercise your creativity in quarantine, ask one of these 24 certified quar geniuses.)
We’ll remind you that N95 respirators and surgical face masks, both of which are in critically short supply, should be reserved for health-care workers. So if you’re going to wear a mask—and you should; just listen to these experts. Wondering where to buy face masks? Here is a running list of designers and manufacturers who are creating non-medical-grade masks. We’ll update as more information becomes available.
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Frank and Oak
Some solid two-ply face coverings with contrast stitching from the Canadian purveyor of affordable basics.
This sporty face mask doesn’t ship until September, but could be worth pre-ordering as your fall go-to.
A five pack of masks from the same place you copped your first pocket square.
Mask stock is returning to Amazon. Nature is healing.
Less than $3 per cotton face mask is pretty hard to beat. Plus, Hanes is donating a million of its masks to nonprofits supporting those experiencing homeless across the country and in Puerto Rico.
Honestly, we did not expect Fossil to be bringing this kind of heat. More of this energy this year, please.
A three-pack of masks from the folks who perfected pants for guys with “hockey thighs.”
One of the best places to buy clothes, outdoor gear, and random things to put in your pocket is making face masks now.
Brooks Brothers’ masks are as simple and classic as the company’s button downs. They also have little metal bars sewn in that you can bend to get a closer mask fit.
Rent the Runway
The rarest possible Rent the Runway product: one you can keep…forever.
When you buy a mask from the L.A.-based brand, you can decide where the brand will donate another, from a city hospital to the Postal Service.
As with everything from Everlane’s 100% Human Collection, 10% of the sales of these face masks will be donated to the ACLU.
You might know Buck Mason as a direct-to-consumer brand well-liked for its T-shirts. Now they’re turning that tasty cotton into masks.
You can either buy blank masks or ones with custom designs in bulk from CustomInk.
Ministry of Supply
Ministry of Supply’s reusable mask ships with 10 single-use filter inserts.
This three pack is back-ordered until June 20th, but comes in some nice colors.
This two pack of face masks is being sold at cost, which means BaubleBar isn’t making any profit from them.
Something called the “OOMASK” better look deliver on looks, and thankfully their blue splatter and pink striped prints do.
One of the layers of this mask is lined partially with copper, which the company says adds antimicrobial protection. There’s no evidence that this specific mask is any more effective at preventing spread of Covid-19, but it is one of the few masks we’ve seen that comes in three sizes and a bunch of color options.
Exactly the kind of sturdy, homey mask you’d expect from Madewell. (Sold out for now, so check back for a restock.)
The Candaian retailers face masks only come in three sizes and three colors. It also sells disposable filters you can slip into the masks’s internal pocket.
Reformation’s five-pack of simple black face masks is back in stock.
Rag & Bone
Rag & Bone’s “Stealth” masks are made in New York. $5 from your purchase will go to City Harvest, who are getting meals to those in need in the city.
Caraa mask pack (5-pack)
Bag company Caraa is taking its excess fabric cuttings and turning them into masks.
You can buy Vida masks in singles, but if you buy them in pairs or sets of four, you can save a bit of money. They come in a bunch of different colors.
House of Waris
For each one of these hand-dyed face masks sold, the House of Waris will donate one to the Bowery Mission.
3.1 Phillip Lim
100 percent of the proceeds from these masks will go to benefit Apex for Youth, an organization dedicated to underserved Asian and immigrant youth from low-income families in NYC.
Nomad Goods primary sells leather Apple accessories, including some excellent AirPods cases, but the company is now selling PPE.
Good for blending in when walking through a jungle.
41 Winks usually makes sleep masks, so it wasn’t a huge deal to shift production to cover a different part of your face.
No better way to proclaim your love for Assassin’s Creed than by strapping a piece of cloth with it’s logo around your face. Alternatively, get this mask with a beard if you’re embarrassed by your inability to grow one on your own.
That’s “smart fit” if you add the vowels back in.
The outer layer of this facemask is made from the same fluid-resistant fabric as Mandala’s medical scrubs.
For each purchase of one of the company’s face masks, Maceoo is donating one.
This trippy pastel mask is made of stretchy and soft cotton. Bet it’d look good with a bucket hat!
A supremely breathable face mask that’s great for running.
Kim Kardashian’s face masks, only available in nude colors, are available to pre-order now.
A three-pack of colorful face masks with cinches on either side, so they’re easy to adjust.
If your face mask must be ordered from someone who has dressed Ariana Grande.
Free and Easy
You still don’t have a tie dye face mask? Why are you depriving yourself!
A simple black face mask that unfortunately has the inscrutable name of its retailer printed onto the side.
Love Your Melon
Get one of these for you kid too. If you’re matching they’ll probably feel better about wearing one.
Slip-on checkerboard Vans for your face.
This face mask comes in ton of different patterns made by different artists.
An extremely breathable face mask made in Brooklyn.
Those are the geographic coordinates for Milan in the corner. The company also sells one with the coordinates of New York City on it.
The makers of the celebrated Trash Tee used scrap fabric to create some simple, raw, un-dyed, cotton face masks.
A face mask made with four layers of fabric in Quebec.
Fruit of the Loom
You trust them with your underwear, you can probably trust them with your face mask.
One classic texture, one classic pattern, and one total swerve.
Only for the people who couldn’t bear the thought of leaving New York City.
A simple face mask, available in five colors.
A multi-pack with some excellent patterns.
Seersucker isn’t everyone’s cup of tea, but if it’s your thing, might as well go all in.
If you’re going to spend this much on a face mask, it had better be made of silk. Oh, it is? Nice!
Ink blotches have never looked so good! Give the random plain one away to a neighbor.
Two bandanas, upcycled into masks.
This Etsy seller has masks available in dozens of colors.
You can never go wrong with blue and white stripes.
These pastel colored face masks are made in San Fransisco.
Don’t miss the Yin and Yang symbol in that middle one.
If you order any sheet set from 10 Grove, the name behind some of our favorite sheets, the company will send you a washable face mask made by its Texas-based artisans. The company is also donating masks to hospitals and shelters in Houston.
These reusable face masks are made with organic cotton. They have the same vibe as that crumpled linen shirt you live in every July.
Fine and Dandy
These folded face masks are handmade in New York and printed with a fun paisley pattern. If the company appears to be out of stock online, you can send them an email to see if they have any left in store.
Unlike their 501s, there’s zero break-in time on these face masks.
A five-pack of masks from the makers of some excellent sheets and towels.
The stretchy Universal Standard mask is meant to fit snugly against your face.
A very soft quilted mask. If this pattern doesn’t suit you, Michel Men sells a bunch of others.
100 disposable face masks should last you a good long while.
Society6 is selling masks in a lot of different prints by their artists. A portion of the sales will benefit World Central Kitchen.
Joe Jonas was seen in one of these masks. Take that information as you will.
You might not be able to say the name of this company without giggling, but these textured masks are handsome and comfortable.
Some of our favorite socks, now on your face.
Tied face masks might be easier to adjust to fit your face.
Even mattress companies are making masks these days.
The shape of this masks might fit a bit strange on your face, but you can’t deny those stripes.
Bella + Canvas
If you want to try a mask with unique ear loops, here’s your chance. The whole mask basically is the ear loop. Weird!
A face mask perfect for anyone missing the other two members of this critically-acclaimed rap trio.
What sets this mask apart are its drawstring ear loops, which help you get a perfect fit on your face.
Coal Headwear has a bunch of different three packs on its site, if you would like to get off the tie dye train.
Celebrate all the Miyazaki movies being on HBO Max by getting a mask with My Neighbor Totoro vibes.
A chilled out camouflage mask from a small store in Houston, Texas.
Marine Layer’s t-shirts are almost impossibly soft, perhaps a five-pack of their masks will be just as cozy.
Mystery Ranch makes some thoughtfully designed, somewhat tactical bags, it’s not wonder that its mask has a lot of details. The most important is the drawstring band.
Purple says this mask has “comfort gel bands.” That probably doesn’t mean anything, but if it’s as cushy as one of its seat cushions, it’s absolutely worth considering.
A performance wicking face-mask worthy of taking on your runs.
You need to wear a face mask, but also want to convey your taste for the finer things in life. The answer: a silk face mask.
20% of the proceeds from this face mask will be donated to the Black Lives Matter movement.
Fanatics is selling three packs of masks branded with the logos of NFL and MLB teams.
For each purchase, the company is donating a set of masks to unhoused and low-income people in Los Angeles.
The black version of this mask is sold out, but you can still get it in blue, grey, pink, or white.
Hyperlite Mountain Gear
The mountaineering gearlords go a-masking.
Coop Home Goods
Coop Home Goods, who also make terrific pillows, is now selling three different kinds of masks. If these chambray ones aren’t what you’re looking for you could grab something with a print or a set of 30 disposable surgical masks.
Sanctuary says it might take two weeks to ship out any one of its three masks.
Ten percent of Vistaprint’s mask sales will go to support local small businesses.
Where to buy face masks? The same place you bought your tracksuit.
Old Navy’s masks are like a box of chocolates—you really never know what fabric pattern you’re going to get. Regardless, the masks are back-ordered, so you’ll have to wait until after June 16th to find out.
These masks are meant to dry quickly, so you don’t have to wait that long after washing them before stepping out of the house again. They’re expected to ship after June 15th.
You might have to wait until June 24th or later to get one of these Kenneth Cole masks. Might be worth it for the “Wear in this together” pun.
The massive New York retailer of electronic essentials has acquired some PPE.
Marcell Von Berlin
Marcell Von Berlin’s face masks are made from upcycled fabrics from its previous collections. The company’s website is in German, but they’ll still deliver to the US.
The makers of the best reusable grocery bags are now making face masks. (Don’t worry, they aren’t made with the same stretchy, non-breathable, fabric.) For each pack it sells, the company will donate one to Masks4Medicine.
Steele Canvas mostly sells baskets (and the occasional ice crusher), but they partnered with Food52 to sell a simple face mask. It comes in either chambray or denim.
These masks ship the same day that you order them from the company’s Los Angeles factory.
These masks were designed by kids and certainly look like it, not that that’s a bad thing! All of the profits will go to NYC Health + Hospitals. They’re backordered, but should ship in a few weeks.
These face masks, with an animal face on it, are currently only available for pre-order. The company says they’ll be delivered in two to three weeks.
This four-pack of masks is made from remnant and deadstock Clare V. fabric. Your purchase will fund the company’s continued effort to donate masks to frontline and essential workers.
Baronfig’s simple notebooks, pens, and bags come in a bunch of pleasant colors. The mask comes in blue or green, but you don’t get to choose.
Will the face mask become the new jersey? Absolutely not. But if you want to be able to rep your favorite team while minimizing your risk of contracting Coronavirus, there is no other way.
The Mighty Company
The Mighty Company is selling a lot of different masks, many of which are covered in glitter.
Reclaim Baby Yoda.
100% of the proceeds from the Nili Lotan face masks are being donated to NYU Langone hospital.
Found My Animal
Not just any tie dye—prismatic tie dye!
The more masks you’re able to buy, the cheaper Casetify will sell them to you.
This apron company is donating half its face masks to food service workers and medical professionals.
These stretchy masks come in an assorted two pack. Proceeds from the sales are donated to the Center for Disaster Philanthropy.
These masks are handmade in LA. The company says orders might be delayed, but for each pack you buy the company will donate one to essential workers.
Alice and Olivia
Donning this face mask will give you all the confidence of the steely character depicted. Maybe. Probably not. It’s still cool.
Bandana print face masks are almost as ubiquitous as gingham collared shirts, but they’re not as concentrated among the finance crowd. So you should be good.
Abacaxi’s face masks come in several different sizes and patterns. For each you buy, the company will donate money to The Mask Fund.
Sock It to Me
For every mask it seels, Sock It to Me is donating one mask to Meals and Wheels volunteers in Portland, Oregon.
A two-pack of masks from this denim company are made with extra fabric from some of its current and retired stock. Expect some tasteful florals.
A stretchy, cozy-looking option.
Freemans Sporting Club
If this pattern isn’t your style, Freemans Sporting Club has a few others to choose from as well.
Abacaxi launched its first full collection this spring—and almost immediately shifted to turning its fabric scraps into masks.
Minna’s unusually stylish masks are going quick but will restock weekly.
These masks are made in Brooklyn. The company is donating money from each purchase to RETI’s Rapid Resilience program.
100% of the proceeds from these tie-dye masks will be donated to the Homeless Black Trans Women’s Fund.
KN95 masks are basically N95 masks, but made to meet Chinese health codes rather than those set by US agencies. There is some evidence that these can be decontaminated for re-use, but probably not through any home-based method. Best to consider these single-use masks.
A simple mask in tons of colors from a reputable Etsy seller.
A thick royal blue mask with a subtle pattern. It ships in 1-3 business days.
This Etsy retailer is selling masks in an extremely wide range of patterns and colors. If you are the kind of person who wants a mask with colored pencils on it, this might be the only retailer catering to your needs! If you are not, well, there are lots of other options.
These neon face masks ship from New York in 1-3 business days.
Yarn and Whiskey
If the hypnotic green of this face mask isn’t your style, the seller has a few other designs available at the same price.
CR Clothing Co.
CR Clothing Co. has run out of its colorful plaid patterns but has two others available. And it promises a restock with more options soon.
Printed Pattern People
You won’t know what printed pattern you get when you order a made-to-order mask from Printed Pattern People, but that’s part of the fun.
Liv On is making tons of different fabrics into masks. Poke around its site to find one with the NASA logo.
The company says its colorful printed masks will ship in 7-10 business days.
CAAB’s plain black mask also comes printed with various messages, such as “Cover yo mouth!”
This reversible face mask will ship in 3-5 business days. Jennifer Akese-Burney is also selling each with a matching head wrap.
Candace Cort’s masks are available in several colors and patterns.
These reversible masks are made in Oakland, California. The main side is printed with tiger stripes. The other is grey, for days when you’re feeling less ferocious.
Wrapped by Nellz
These handmade masks come in a ton of different patterns, and ship in about one to two weeks.
These masks use ties rather than ear loops, which might make them fit a bit better to your face.
Thread by Denise
Philly-based Denise McConney’s handmade masks are available in plenty of patterns and colors.
If the Vera mask runs out, the company has a few other patterns you should consider.
Muji Six’s masks are made in Rhode Island. You won’t know what pattern you get until the mask arrives.
Sue Rock Originals
These simple face masks are treated with a blend of essential oils before they’re shipped out. That won’t really make them any more protective, but it does mean they’ll smell a little bit better right out of the box.
The company says its made-to-order masks will ship out in 3-4 business days.
The Happy Mask Store
The Happy Mask Store also sells masks with smiley faces on them, as you’d expect. For reach mask sold, it will donate one to Make Masks.
For every two masks purchased, this LA-based company is donating one.
All Things Ankara
These masks includes two PM 2.5 filters and a pocket for an additional filter.
Beautiful Curly Me
These masks are made in Atlanta. You have to purchase five in order to get them shipped free, but the company will donate one mask for every two you purchase to healthcare workers.
Oz + Otz
For each masks purchased from Oz + Otz, one will be donated to medical personnel.
These colorful face masks are available now.
These masks come in limited prints in several different colors. The company says they will ship in one to two weeks.
Something for everyone: stripes in soft jersey, pink in slightly stiffer cotton, and a mellow indigo tie-dye for the hippies among us.
Diop, an upstart, African diaspora–influenced streetwear brand based in Detroit, is making masks inspired by mud cloth from Mali.
Birdwell Beach Britches
The longtime producer of swim trunks is turning its bathing-suit material into face coverings. For each purchase, the company is donating one.
The mask for anyone that is still bummed about Coachella getting postponed, courtesy of Steve Aoki.
Because even in isolation, we all have flamingo days.
Hedley & Bennett
The preferred apron of YouTube chefs everywhere, now on your face.
Each of Robot Bunnies’ masks comes in three sizes, so you can buy a matching set for your entire family, if that’s your thing.
Let’s Be Frank
Let’s Be Frank’s masks are made and tie dyed in Atlanta.
Profits from the sale of this mask, designed by the Terminator himself, go to Schwarzenegger’s After School All-Stars charity, which now delivers groceries to the families of children that used to be able to attend its after school programs.
The California-based company usually makes active-wear that’s supposed to correct your posture. The company doesn’t promise its masks has any of these benefits, but they are donating one to a frontline professional for every purchase.
Buy a five pack of these masks and the company will donate five to the city of Los Angeles.
Kes is including a face mask with any order of $200, but you can also just buy one directly. If you do, the designer will donate one.
Naomi Nomi’s masks come in a bunch of different colors. Each includes a little pocket for a homemade filter, to help you get a little bit more protection.
This Etsy retailer is selling a face mask printed to look like snake skin, for those day you’re feeling yourself.
You can buy this mask in two different sizes from this Etsy retailer, regular or plus.
You can purchase these simple masks in packs of 2, 4, or 8.
Favors and Crafts
Just a three-pack of simple black double layered masks.
You and your big mouth should probably opt for the large size, especially if you have CDC unapproved facial hair you need to hide.
Sunday Ritual Design
This Etsy seller has several neutral, camo, and gingham masks available.
Mask Me LA
A three-pack that ships free, what more could you want?
Six neutral grey masks with “Vu Family” stitched at the top. If you see anyone squinting to try to read the cursive, you’ll know they’re too close.
You can get five masks in any one color, or let this Etsy retailer pick for you. Might be kind of a thrill.
Be Well Group
As it runs out of and replaces its fabric, Be Well Group is constantly offering masks in new patterns on its Etsy store.
Good for city situations, also for any light desert adventuring you might happen to do.
Rendall also makes an earloop style, if that’s more to your liking.
How often do you get to make a purchase from a cape maker?
Christy Dawn’s masks are sold in themed 5-packs, organized by patterns. The company also makes them in a smaller size for kids.
These ship in 1-2 days from Germany. Speedy!
Handmade, with stretchy knit tie-loops.
These masks are made with vibrantly printed cotton fabric, with over 13 different color options.
Title of Work
Introducing the luxury mask!
Ijji’s low-key, genderless gear is cool in the unshowiest way, as are its new masks.
Signs.com usually makes…custom signs. We don’t think they’ll change the name to Masks.com, but they’re making masks now too.
Undershirt brand Thompson Tee makes a soft, breathable cotton mask.
Merna Maita makes a good-looking cotton muslin mask, and they’ll give you the pattern to make your own, if you’d like.
Tech company Wyze is working with its manufacturing partners to source and sell disposable KN95 masks.
Each mask in Ética’s four-pack comes complete with that nice little embroidered “é.”
Etee started producing plastic-free alternatives to household food-storage product before shifting into mask construction.
The “Cloud Covering” mask comes with a nice little reminder on the front: We’re all going somewhere.
We’ve been all over the animal-print-shirt wave. Why not add a mask?
Neon plaid? Sure!
I mean, same.
Tie-dye: still kicking!
As a music merch-making empire, Bravado usually makes band tees. Now, naturally, they’re making masks for the likes of the Rolling Stones.
Leave it to an enterprising college student to find a way to produce an antimicrobial-finished mask you can buy for less than two bucks.
The techy folks behind DSPTCH went with a single adjustable strap for comfort.
Face Mask Aid
Face Mask Aid is a collective of fashion-industry volunteers making face masks in Brooklyn for essential workers. Each order includes 5 face masks and two laundry bags—you do know you’re supposed to be washing these, right? Each purchase funds a one-for-one donation.
The preppy upstarts’ first run of masks—like this black watch number—have sold out, but keep it locked here for a restock.
Jaanuu typically makes scrubs out of its antimicrobial-finished fabric, so it made plenty of sense for them to shift over to masks.
Every Mask Counts
This’ll come in handy if we’re still locked down come July 4.
Honestly, we might keep wearing this one long after coronavirus has subsided.
For your favorite Zoomer.
In case you’re still wearing a suit these days, Tylmen’s mask folds up into a pocket square.
The Well has revamped its mask design to fit a bit better. If you purchase it in a 7-pack, you can use code WEARAMASK to get $15 off.
You’re probably not going to a picnic anytime soon—so maybe grab a gingham mask?
Debrief Me has been making masks for years—not a bad time to look for a veteran, right?
Radian’s cloth mask seems a good option for the sweatpants lover in your life.
The advanced-textile folks behind Nufabrx have brought their know-how to mask making.
USA Sewn Masks
Self-described “engineer by day and mom/sewing hobbyist by night” Ruth Grace Wong is putting that hobby to good use while we’re all at home.
You might not need plus-size tights, which Ms Shape usually makes. You definitely need a mask, which Ms Shape now makes too.
Shoe company Inkerman has pivoted its resources to mask-making—you can buy for yourself, or buy a donation of masks for essential workers.
Luckily for you, a Lotuff designer is digging into their bandanna collection to turn out masks.
MaskClub lets you grab a NASA mask like this one—or subscribe for a monthly re-up at a 30% discount.
Call it the Covid Pivot: One day StringKing made lacrosse gear, the next, masks.
Like the bandanna you’ve been using as a mask, only…actually a mask.
Kenn’s day job is furniture designer, which might explain the unusually sharp shape and construction here.
Love Your Melon
The folks at Love Your Melon are able to produce this style in larger numbers and at higher speeds than their typical face masks.
Hard to find a better deal than a dollar for a disposable mask.
Modern American x Fidelity Denim
In tandem with Fidelity Denim, Modern American is producing six-packs of masks—and donating another six to health-care workers for every pack sold.
Textile company Matteo—think crispy duvet covers—is applying its know-how to masks.
Jack + Mulligan
We dig the black trim on these Jack + Mulligan masks, a portion of the sales of which goes to the CDC Foundation’s Emergency Response Fund.
We love Standard Issue’s heavy-duty cotton goods, and now they’re getting into the mask game.
For each mask you buy, New Republic’s sending one to a community partner: the West L.A. VA and neighborhood senior centers.
Ball and Buck
For the masked sportsman. Ball and Buck’s camo mask will keep you safe(r) on a trip to the grocery store, and also well camouflaged in the deer blind.
Can a face mask be…sexy? Check out Maison Modulare’s French lace version and tell us we’re wrong.
Natalie Chanin is a longtime practitioner of “slow design,” making hand-sewn and machine-made womenswear garments in her factory in Florence, Alabama. All her pieces are made from 100 percent organic cotton sourced from the Texas Organic Cotton Marketing Cooperative in Lubbock, Texas. Her non-medical-grade masks are made from tight-weave cotton that is less permeable than standard cottons, and are washable and reusable.
Because if you’ve gotta wear a mask, you might as well get one in a colorway no one else has. If you order at least two of them, the company will send you another one for free.
A brand that usually makes gear for world travel pivots to masks you can wear for short-haul grocery-store trips.
A baby-blanket maker pivots to pandemic protection.
More Love, Love More “Love Bird” mask
Because covering your face doesn’t have to mean giving up on self-expression.
American Blanket Company
Denser than a standard cotton or paper mask, these are made from polyester fleece. It’s like wearing a blanket on your face, but more breathable. (The world’s coziest mask?) American Blanket Company will donate a mask with every purchase.
Citizens of Humanity
The denimheads at Citizens of Humanity have turned their jeans expertise to mask-making. $25 gets you a pack of five in assorted washes—just right if you want to match to your favorite jeans.
Los Angeles Apparel
Los Angeles Apparel, the company founded by American Apparel founder Dov Charney, is selling three-packs of masks in several different colors. It says mask purchases will fund its ability to donate masks, and to cover costs at its factories.
Everybody.world is also selling Los Angeles Apparel’s black face masks. In this case, though, proceeds go directly to the Everybody.world’s employee-relief Rainy Day Fund, which it says it set up to offer more paid time off for factory workers during the pandemic.
New York–based furniture company Classic Sofa has a ton of face masks available in three different sizes and several different colors.
Canada-based company Take Care Supply was founded specifically to make masks in response to the coronavirus epidemic. The company says its masks will ship in two to seven business days.
Peri is using deadstock fabric to make its face masks, which it still has available in three different colors. Good luck finding a croc-print mask anywhere else!
A 10-pack of Swimspot’s basic black masks will ship in five to seven days.
Goodfight promises its mask will ship by April 15. It also says that for each purchase, they’ll donate one to an L.A. institution in need of personal protection equipment.
EllieFunDay’s face masks won’t ship for another two to three weeks. But if you buy one, the company will donate another to a local hospital.
Christine Shirley’s owner, Paige Sullivan, is making masks out of the fabric she has lying around in her Pennsylvania studio. If you have colors you prefer, you can say as much in the order notes, but there aren’t any guarantees. You should be able to get your mask in 10–14 days.
The Oula Company
Oula says its masks will ship in one to two weeks. They feature a random fabric—likely one that’s super colorful.
Whimsy + Row
Whimsy + Row’s face masks are currently out of stock, but you can join the waitlist to be notified when they come back in stock. For each one you buy, the company will donate one to an institution in L.A., such as Union Rescue Mission.