Upgrade Your New 'Normal' Style With These Fabric Masks

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In this new 'normal', protective facial gear such as face shields, fabric masks and surgical masks have become an essential part of our daily fashion ensembles. With this, some of our favourite fashion brands – from homegrown brands we love to international labels – have offered their stylish take on this accessory. Here are our top 10 fabric masks that will help you to upgrade your new 'normal' style. 

COQOON Linen Mask

The slow fashion lifestyle brand offers a lovely range of fabric masks, including these ones which are made of 100 per cent pure linen.

Beyond its beautiful pink hue, this mask also boasts antibacterial and non-allergenic properties, hence making it perfect for wearers with sensitive skin. 

Cotton Citizen Face Mask (via Revolve)

For those of you who are fans of the tie-dye trend, consider picking up this made-in-USA brand's face mask, which features a cool, blue-grey tie-dye print.

Made of pleated double-ply fabric, the 100 per cent cotton mask goes perfectly with street style-inspired items, such as an oversized sweater and a pair of distressed jeans.

CYC x Liberty London Antimicrobial Mask

The leading made-to-measure brand's antimicrobial fabric masks are worth adding to cart too. This mask features artist Su Blackwell's 'Wild Flowers' print, which is a recollection of her early childhood journeys across the British landscape and the discovery of native flora.

Made of premium 100 per cent cotton, this mask also comes with a hydrophobic filter and is coated with A-shield antimicrobial solution for added protection.

Maskela Empress Mask

This reusable and washable fabric mask stars an eye-catching dragon and phoenix print; both creatures are known to symbolise good luck and harmony.

Apart from its adjustable earloops, this 3-ply mask is also designed with a built-in filter for increased protection. Did we also mention that its exterior is made of luxurious-looking brocade fabric?  

Minor Miracles Bed Of Roses Mask

Designed in collaboration with The Estée Lauder Companies in support of Breast Cancer awareness, this limited-edition mask is made of soft, satin fabric for a comfortable fit.

In addition, it's also designed with an elastic band and a handy slot for you to store your filters. Our favourite aspect of this chic style essential? Twenty per cent of all profits from the purchase of this product will go to the Breast Cancer Foundation.

Plains & Prints Essentials Special Mask Force

Stay chic and comfortable in this Filipino leading fashion and beauty brand's face masks, which are available in a set of three different designs.

These reusable masks come with an inner pocket for you to insert a filter and have also been sanitised using ViralCyde MAX for added protection.

Pomelo Fashion Sabina Thai Fruit Mask

Step out in style with this reusable fabric mask, which features a fun, fruity print designed by talented Thai artist Juli Baker and Summer.

The outer layer of the mask is made of water-repellent micro fabric, while the inner layer is made of eco-friendly cotton to reduce irritation. A vibrant accessory that would go wonderfully with your summer-inspired ensembles.

Pyon Korean Duo Fold Face Mask (via Sift and Pick)

Complete your romantic evening date attire with this made-in-Korea mask, which features delicate florals and adjustable ear straps. 

Reformation Face Coverings (via Shopbop)

Apart from their Instagram-worthy collection of dresses, the Los Angeles-based brand has also launched its own range of fave coverings.

Each of their masks features a pleated design with tie-straps and is made of lightweight, non-stretch woven fabric.

Yeomama Batik Masks

Can't get enough of batik prints? Check out their assorted 2-pack, rectangular-shaped batik masks, which are made using fabric offcuts to reduce textile waste.

Their masks are double-layered and are also designed with a hidden filter pocket for you to insert your disposable filters.

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