Face masks are now an essential part of our wardrobes, but with disposable masks comes a plethora of environmental issues. Can reusable masks fix this issue?
As with any disposable item the waste either ends up in landfill or in our oceans. To counter this and still keep ourselves and our communities safe, you can buy a reusable mask. This greatly reduces waste as you can just pop it in the washing machine to use again! There are so many amazing brands making reusable masks in the UK, here are a few of my favourites.
Emily creates magical homeware, you may recognise her work from some previous gift guides, and is making the masks from fabric cutoffs. The tropical ones are a firm favourite.
Dreamland clothing is making Reusable masks to match their cute AF jumpsuits and dungarees, fully matching outfit from mask to toes? Count me in.
Making reusable masks from all sorts of fabric cut offs this Etsy store is full of amazing prints. With masks for kids and adults too!
Made in London aftermask has loads of different designs to pick from. Including my personal favourites, gingham and pastel stripes!
The Scottish bridal boutique who have released some patterned folded masks. They have loads of prints to pick from, as well as some structured lace masks too.
Ok so not based in the UK but I’m sure you’ll forgive me because these masks are stunning. Minimal aesthetic with a detachable chain, perfect if you want something a little more simple but chic.
The swimwear queen has released some reusable masks. Using the same custom fabric as the swimwear Jade has created some must have masks, especially if you need one to match your bikini!
Based in Scotland studio 18 creates sustainable collections with a focus on low waste. You can buy their masks alone, with scrunchies to match OR you can get a full outfit in the same fabric!
Pastel heaven is the only way to describe By Megan Crosby and their reusable masks are no different. You