Where to buy face masks: our guide to face coverings you can wear with style
The latest government guidelines come into force on 24th July for shopping. Face masks are becoming part of everyday life so there’s a huge demand. Whether you’re using public transport, heading to the airport, going to the supermarket or social distancing, here are some of the less surgical looking coverings available from businesses large and small to help you wear face masks with style. This is our guide to where to buy face masks. Bear in mind that they sell out fast, but are restocked often!
The official guidance outlines that children under two, who cannot put on their own mask, or if they have a respiratory condition, do not have to wear a covering. Also note that it is not mandatory that children under 11 wear a face mask on public transport.
Not just facemasks here. Visors for kids and adults as well as all your Covid needs for travelling.
Gap have adults and kids’ sizes available right now in packs of three and in various colourways.
For little ones and grown-ups, luxury childrenswear brand Mori has released these sustainable, reusable masks priced from £8.50.
What started as a grandfather’s hobby while on furlough has expanded into a community project supporting various charities. Masks for adults and kids ordered via Instagram.
There’s no reason why face masks have to be dull. Add some sparkle with these fully lined masks from Kate Hill available at The Dress Shop London.
Masks for both adults & children with a wide range of patterns from cars to unicorns and pink elephants all made to ANFOR guidelines.
Each three-pack features a mystery mix of Boden colours and prints and £5 from each pack goes to the charity Helpforce.
Available in age three and up, these masks are unmistakably Rachel Riley. They include matching styles for mums and dads and retail at £19 each.
£1 from every purchase is donated to the NHS Charities campaign with these pet print masks from Prezzybox. Seven different prints available. £15.99
Citizens of Humanity have been making masks for front line workers and they have several designs to choose from for public. They’ve also partnered with the Haas Brothers to make these limited edition masks in kids and adults sizes. $16.
Brora’s range of Liberty print face masks are raising plenty of money for NHS charities – £10 from every mask sale goes to NHS Charities Together. £19.
These Vistaprint RFS reusable masks are engineered with a Replaceable Filter System, tailored for comfort, and printed in unique designs for adults and kids. 10% of mask sales goes to local communities. From £13.
There’s a wide variety of face coverings for adults and kids on the Zazzle website. We liked these monster mouth masks. £12.65.
Just Hype have a dazzling array of prints available which can be bought singly or in three packs. These three below are more understated! £24.99 for three.
Buy a Mask, Donate a Mask – Casetify’s new mantra. Breathable cotton and filters provided with these. £12 buys you one and one for a health care worker.
Thumbs up from us for this initiative.
Made from a minimum 40% recycled content, £2 from every pack of face covers sold also goes to Save The Children’s Global Coronavirus Response Fund.
£12.95 for 3.
For something a little more high end, the designers at Wolford have put their minds to three designs. This lace face covering is made from the finest silk. For the less brave, there are other designs. From £20.