Here's where to get a fashionable face mask during the coronavirus crisis

Including the brands that are giving back

Abigail Malbon

Unsure whether you should be wearing a non-surgical face mask during your daily exercise or trip to the shops? New government advice in England has stated that people should "aim to wear a face-covering in enclosed spaces where social distancing is not always possible and they come into contact with others that they do not normally meet". Good examples would be on public transport and for visiting supermarkets and shops. And while it's important to remember that wearing a face mask shouldn't replace frequent hand washing and social distancing, you may want to consider purchasing a face covering for essential trips outside your home.

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Unless you're working as a healthcare professional, the best types of masks are made of cloth - leave the surgical ones for key workers in need. It's understandable that you might want something that looks nice, too, so we've rounded up the best stylish-looking non-surgical face masks from independent sellers - including those giving back to charity - to shop now before they sell out…


Lisa Snowdon recommended this chic mask on a May episode of This Morning, and we can see why. A simple design, this mask features an adjustable nose band for a comfy fit and is finished with typically-luxurious Wolford details.

Wolford Care Mask, £20, The Tight Spot



Looking for something jazzy? ASOS is selling this two-pack of face masks - but be fast, they sell out a lot! 

Two pack of printed face masks, £12, ASOS



Just Hype stocks a number of cool designs at fair prices - this fun three-pack costs £24.99.

Women's face mask set, £24.99, Just Hype



Wowcher offers some great deals on face masks, with multi-packs from as little as £4.99. You can buy a pack of five of these simple black masks for £7.99.

Black Reusable Face Masks, £5.99 for five, Wowcher



Vistaprint has launched an impressive range of masks, too. Reusable and printed in unique designs, each features a replaceable filter system. There are children's sizes on offer, as well.

RFS face masks, from £13, Vistaprint



These Marc Cain masks are beautiful! Choose from four designs, costing £25 each, with a portion of each sale going to the German Red Cross.

Mouth and nose mask, £25, Marc Cain


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If you don’t want something to pull on your ears, you could try a neck warmer in a breathable fabric, which can be pulled up over your mouth and nose. 

Patterned chute, £6, Go Outdoors



Another option is this neck gaiter from Trespass, which can be worn in a number of ways and pulled up to cover your mouth. 

Balfour Adult Neck Gaiter, £9.99, Trespass



Citizens Of Humanity has been creating masks for frontline workers in the US, and is making them available to the public, too.

Cotton mask, $25 for 5, Citizens of Humanity


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Lots of independent sellers are listing their masks on Etsy - so much so, that the site has a whole section dedicated to them, including a video for how to make your own masks. We're big fans of these colourful ones.

Double layer cotton face mask, £15.69, Etsy



These adjustable masks are made from the most gorgeous floral material, and can be washed in the machine. 

Floral face mask, £7.50, Etsy


If you'd rather make one, you could take tips from this influencer who decided to use one of her designer dust bags to create her very own face mask. 


I made this cloth face mask with an old shoe dust bag. If I can do it, you can do it too!

A post shared by Carly Srebnick (@carlysreb) on

If you'd like more tips on how to design your own face mask, follow this step-by-step guide.

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