Favorite Face Masks



Happy Friday! As the cases seem to rise every day in Florida, it's pretty disgusting to see that some people are still refusing to wear a mask. Over the past couple of weeks, I have gathered an entire mask collection and they vary from different styles and fits. In today's post, I am going to share with you some of my favorite masks and where you can purchase each one.



This is my favorite mask ever! It is a little big but honestly the more coverage the better. The ear loops are not elastic so they don't irritate my ears at all. This mask is the most comfortable one I own and I always get compliments on it. Shop my mask here: If You're Reading This You're Too Close Mask



I'm obsessed with Vera Bradley's patterns so it was a no brainer that I needed to get their mask. My favorite thing about this mask is that it is super thin so it doesn't make you feel so hot. It also has a place to put a filter inside. Shop a similar mask here: Cotton Face Mask 



This is the most affordable mask that is also reliable. These masks are also thin and very comfortable. The great thing about these masks is that they come in two different sizes (s/m and m/l) which you don't see everywhere. You also get two masks for just $4 or you can just buy one for $2. Shop my masks here: Women's 2pc Fabric Face Masks



You can get a pack of 50 white cotton masks for just $30.99 on Amazon. I can tell you that they aren't the best quality but it does get the job done. You can either get white or black masks. I decided to tie-dye some and that is what is pictured above.




If you are looking for a chic face mask to upgrade any outfit this season than you need to check out Second Wind. Second Wind is a Latina owned company that began during the rise of the pandemic. The masks also range in sizes from small to x-large. All of her masks are sold out but you can support a relaunch by donating here: Support By Second Wind

Handmade Face Masks


You don't have to spend a ton of money on masks. You can buy some fabric at the store and make one yourself. You can also use an old t-shirt or even a bandana. The masks above I didn't make but they were made for me. 

That is a wrap for my favorite masks post. Remember, wearing is caring. Stay safe outside and make sure you are social distancing. We can battle this virus together but everyone has to come together and do their part.

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