Brands like Gap have pivoted to producing them

By Christina Butan
Updated August 04, 2020 11:52 AM
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The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s best practices for slowing the spread of coronavirus are constantly developing. As many places around the United States begin to reopen, the organization still recommends wearing a face covering in public, whether you’re going to the grocery store or the park. 

From bandanas to DIY masks made from old t-shirts, there are many face covering options that you may already have in your home. (Surgical face masks and N-95 respirators should be saved for medical professionals.) If you’re not feeling creative and would simply like to purchase a pre-made one, that’s an option too thanks to a handful of retailers who have pivoted to creating them over the last few months.

Here are 47 places you can order a reusable cloth face mask from right now:

Amazon

Along with your favorite household essentials and comfy wardrobe basics, you can now add a reusable face covering to your Amazon cart. The site has over 50,000 options available, from traditional cloth face masks to face mask alternatives that don’t have earloops. Many shoppers have been opting for multifunctional scarf masks because they’re comfortable and breathable. Disposable face masks are also available for hospital visits and other essential services that require them.

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Buy It! Amazon Face Coverings and Masks, prices vary; amazon.com

Etsy

Etsy currently has over 600,000 face masks available — which is one of the highest numbers we’ve seen a retailer carry. Many sellers that used to make everything from jewelry to baby clothes have started to create and sell face masks. You’ll find hundreds of cute and creative options made out of 100 percent cotton from storefronts like Mask and Co and L Boutique by Olivia. Plus, many sellers offer free shipping in the United States and are ready to ship masks in just a few days.

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Buy It! Reusable Face Masks, prices vary; etsy.com

Gap

Gap's original face masks sold out within a day. Now, the retailer added a new and improved batch for both adults and kids. The triple-layer cotton masks feature an adjustable nose wire and come in a total of 36 designs. You can snag a family pack of eight masks for $36, or a pack of three for $15.

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Buy It! Gap Face Masks for Adults and Kids, $15–$36; gap.com

Old Navy

Alongside fan-favorite tees and jeans, you can now add a pack of face masks to your Old Navy cart. The retailer is selling assorted face masks for both children and adults. And like its apparel, these masks super affordable — you can snag a five pack for just $12.50, or a 10-pack for $25. 

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Buy It! Old Navy Variety Pack, $12.50–$25; oldnavy.gap.com

Masqd

If you were wondering where celebs are buying their masks from, look no further than Masqd. The popular brand has been worn by tons of stars, including Jennifer Lopez, Bella Hadid, Vanessa Hudgens, Joe Jonas, and Sophie Turner. Masqd has over 130 masks available in prints like tie-dye, floral, and butterflies, as well as different materials, like ribbed cotton and linen.

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Buy It! Masqd Face Mask, $11.99–$49.99; masqd.com

Nxtstop

Nxtstop's face masks are slightly different than most masks on the market right now — they're made out of bamboo. Bamboo fabric is known to be breathable, soft, and durable, which is why the brand opted for the fabric. According to Nxtstop, bamboo is also more resilient than cotton when laundering at higher temperatures. The masks come both kids and adult sizes and four different colors for $14. If you prefer cotton masks, they also offer that option.

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Buy It! Nxtstop Breathable Face Mask, $14; amazon.com or thenxtstop.com

Nordstrom

When Nordstrom launched this affordable six-pack of masks, they sold out almost immediately. Now the retailer has expanded its mask offerings to include more colors and designs. Nordstrom also carries a selection of masks from brands like Slip, L. Erickson, and Love Changes.

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Buy It! Nordstrom Face Masks, prices vary, nordstrom.com

Crayola

Crayola teamed up with cloth face mask brand School MaskPack to launch colorful masks for kids, teachers, and parents. Available for preorder on Amazon, the masks come as a pack of five, feature name tags, and come with a mesh laundry bag. They’re available in multiple colors and patterns for $30 to $40, and you can expect them to ship at the end of the month.

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Buy It! Crayola Face Mask, Pack of 5, $29.99–$39.99; amazon.com

Gildan

Yes, this comfy t-shirt company now makes masks. Gildan’s face masks have a 100 percent cotton lining and come with ties that go around your head for a customizable fit. Customers say they’re just as cozy as the brand’s apparel. The best part? You can get a pack of 48 for $40 — that means one mask costs just under $1. Talk about a bargain.

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Buy It! Gildan Reusable Face Masks, 48 Pack, $39.99; amazon.com

Vera Bradley

When Vera Bradley first launched its colorful face masks, they were barely able to stay in stock for months. Now, not only can you snag your favorite design on the brand’s website, but you can shop them on Amazon, too. While Amazon doesn’t carry all of Vera Bradley’s colorways, you can still choose from three fun options for just $8 each.

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Buy It! Vera Bradley Cotton Face Mask, $8 on amazon.com or verabradley.com

Baublebar

This celeb-loved jewelry brand just added cotton face masks to its lineup. In Baublebar fashion, the masks come in a few stylish prints like gingham, floral, and even a white eyelet design. They're made from two layers of cotton and feature adjustable ear straps. You can grab a pack of two for just $12, but you'll want to hurry — they're going fast.

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Buy It! Baublebar Face Masks Set of 2, $12; baublebar.com

Banana Republic

Banana Republic’s soft and stretchy face masks are back in stock after selling out twice. Now, they come in multiple colors and prints, as well as a neck gaiter style. Made of mixed fabric, the lightweight masks feature adjustable ear straps and a metal nose wire. You can grab a pack of three in mixed colors for $29.

Buy It! Banana Republic Cloth Face Mask, $29; bananarepublic.gap.com

Target

Target-exclusive clothing brands Universal Standard and Cat & Jack have added cloth face masks to their lineups. The masks, available for both adults and children, only cost $2 each and come in a variety of prints and colors. You can also purchase a two-pack for $4. 

Buy It! Universal Thread Face Mask, $2–$4; target.com; Cat & Jack Kids Face Mask, 2 Pack, $4; target.com

Onzie

Yes, this beloved activewear brand now makes face masks. Onzie face masks are made with upcycled fabrics traditionally used in its yoga clothing, so they’re stretchy, quick-drying, and breathable. The brand has already donated thousands to local hospitals, and proceeds of every purchase will be donated to the Center for Disaster Philanthropy. The brand recently added kid-sized masks to it's lineup as well.

Buy It! Mindful Masks, Pack of 2; $24; amazon.com or onzie.com

Everlane

Everlane’s original batch of face masks sold out pretty quickly, but the brand recently restocked them. Made in Everlane’s t-shirt factory in Los Angeles, the comfy, double-layer masks are made from 100 percent cotton and have cloth ear loops. They come in packs of three with the phrase ‘100% Human’ printed on one corner. Ten percent of sales from each purchase will be donated to the American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU).

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Buy It! Everlane The 100% Human Face Mask, 3 Pack, $28; everlane.com

Nxtstop

Nxtstop's face masks are slightly different than most masks on the market right now — they're made out of bamboo. Bamboo fabric is known to be breathable, soft, and durable, which is why the brand opted for the fabric. According to Nxtstop, bamboo is also more resilient than cotton when laundering at higher temperatures. The masks come both kids and adult sizes and four different colors for $14. If you prefer cotton masks, they also offer that option.

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Buy It! Nxtstop Breathable Face Mask, $14; thenxtstop.com

Nordstrom Rack

Nordstrom Rack offers a similar variety of masks as Nordstrom, including the retailer's original six-pack of masks. They come in adult and kids’ sizes, and start at just $22 (that’s under $4 a mask!). You'll also find options from Posh Mask, Love Changes, and Capelli of New York, all of which are available in various colors and prints.

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Buy It! Nordstrom Rack Masks, $14–$30; nordstromrack.com

Rag & Bone

Celeb-loved denim brand Rag & Bone has pivoted to creating cloth masks. Proceeds from every purchase will be donated to local workers, those most affected by the coronavirus, and City Harvest. You can pre-order a pack of three masks for $55, or buy one individually for $30.

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Buy It! Rag & Bone Stealth Masks, $30–$55; rag-bone.com

Athleta

Activewear brand Athleta is selling packs of five face masks for $30. The masks are made from a polyester and spandex blend, have an inner cotton liner, and come in assorted colors. There’s a limit of five packs per customer.

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Buy It! Athleta 5-Pack Non-Medical Face Masks, $30; athleta.gap.com

J. Crew

J. Crew’s original batch of face masks sold out within one hour of their launch a few months ago, and they’ve been hard to keep in stock since. Now the gingham and striped masks are officially back in stock and ready to be added to your cart. The pack of three double-layered cloth masks costs $18, and each customer is limited to a purchase of two packs.

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Buy It! J Crew Pack of Three Masks, $18; jcrew.com

Macy’s

Macy’s is currently carrying cloth face masks from three brands including Steve Madden and Society of Threads. Society of Threads offers three-packs and six-packs of masks that come in various prints for kids and adults. They're available in two designs (one with a curved nose bridge and one without), and include adjustable ear loops and filter pockets.

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Buy It! Society of Threads Face Mask 3-Pack, $20; macys.com

Levi’s

Levi’s recently launched reusable face masks, and they’re already a best-seller in Amazon’s safety masks category. Made from 100 percent cotton, the masks are reversible and feature adjustable cord ties for a comfortable fit. They come in two sizes, large for adults and small for children, and several color combos. Shop them on Amazon, or find more mask options on Levi’s website.

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Buy It! Levi’s Reusable Face Mask, Pack of 3, $11.18–$15; amazon.com or $15; levi.com

Carbon 38

If you’re looking for a cooling face mask, Carbon 38’s got you covered. Made with a nylon shell and a polyester cotton lining, the activewear label’s masks are fast-drying, antibacterial, and offer UV protection. The masks come in a pack of two, are available in small or large sizes, and are shipped with their own laundry bag. Carbon 38 is donating all profits from its masks to Frontline Foods.

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Buy It! Carbon 38 The Mask Kit, $29; carbon38.com

Koral

If you’ve been searching for a breathable and moisture-wicking face mask, Koral is where you can find one. The celeb-loved activewear brand released quick-drying face masks made out of the same material as its popular leggings. They also offer UV protection, making them perfect for the summer.

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Buy It! Koral Face Mask, $20; koral.com

Los Angeles Apparel

This environmentally friendly and made-in-the-USA apparel brand has launched face masks. Made out of 100 percent cotton, the pre-washed masks come in packs of three and are available in a few different colors, including fun two-toned options. Each purchase helps Los Angeles Apparel donate masks to those performing essential services.

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Buy It! Los Angeles Apparel 3-Pack Cotton Mask, $30; losangelesapparel.net

Madewell

Madewell’s face masks sold out in an hour after they launched, but now they’re back in stock. The cotton masks are made from leftover scraps and come in a variety of colors and designs. You can get a pack of three for $20.

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Buy It! Madewell Three-Pack Face Masks, $20; madewell.com

Anthropologie

Anthropologie is teaming up with artists and brands that are creating face masks as part of its Curated by Anthropologie feature. Currently, an assortment of masks from Amadi and Emily Daws are included. The cloth masks come in a variety of pretty prints like floral, stripes, and gingham, and all are final sale.

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Buy It! Anthropologie Reusable Face Masks, prices vary; anthropologie.com

Giftgowns

Giftgowns has added comfy masks to its lineup. Its stylish cotton masks come in various designs from florals to peace signs and feature a pocket for a filter (which you can purchase separately). Get one mask individually starting at $12, or get a bulk discount if you add multiple to your cart: Giftgowns is offering three masks for $42, six for $78, or 12 for $144.

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Buy It! Giftgowns Face Mask, $15; giftgowns.com

Sock It to Me

Sock and underwear brand Sock It to Me recently added reusable face masks to its lineup. Made out of a cotton and polyester fabric blend, the masks have an outer layer containing antimicrobial copper fibers, which the brand says make the masks "99.9% effective at inhibiting the growth of pathogens." With every purchase, the brand will be donating a mask to Meals on Wheels People volunteers.

Buy It! Sock It to Me Face Mask, $14.99; sockittome.com

Vistaprint

Online printing service Vistaprint has pivoted its resources to making reusable face masks for children and adults. The triple-layered masks feature space for a reusable filter (which the brand also sells), adjustable ear straps, and a nose bridge. They come in a handful of solid colors and fun prints starting at $13.

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Buy It! Vistaprint Fabric Face Mask, $13–$18; vistaprint.com

Eczema Honey

This brand is known for its super nourishing Skin Soothing Cream and other gentle skincare products. Now, it’s offering a three-layered cotton face mask that features an embroidered bee. You can shop one for just $10.

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Buy It! Eczema Honey Reusable Face Covering, $9.99; eczemahoney.com

StringKing

Sports brand StringKing has shifted its entire production to cloth face masks and other protective gear. Single reusable masks start at $7, and you can purchase up to a case of 1,000. Packs of disposable three-layer masks are also available.

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Buy It! StringKing Cloth Face Mask, $6.99; stringking.com

Sanctuary

Ben Affleck, Ana de Armas, and Alessandra Ambrosio have all been spotted wearing Sanctuary's face masks. The Los Angeles apparel brand created masks for men, women, and kids that come in assorted designs like camo and leopard print. You can snag a packs of three, five, or 10, starting at $24.

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Buy It! Sanctuary Face Masks, $24–$42; sanctuaryclothing.com

Uncommon Goods

These rainbow face masks from Uncommon Goods were designed by 12 kids in New York. Inspired by children putting rainbow drawings in windows, each mask features a positive message to help spread cheer. The masks come in packs of two in a variety of colorways for $25.

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Buy It! Uncommon Goods Rainbow Face Masks, $25; uncommongoods.com

Express

Express’ new face masks are repurposed from the brand’s excess materials. Made from 100 percent cotton, they come in a variety designs, from florals to stripes, and include a nose wire. With each purchase, Express will donate masks to healthcare workers in need.

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Buy It! Express Pocket Square Cloth Mask, $15; express.com

Cubcoats

This celeb-backed brand is known for its unique stuffed animals that turn into hoodies. Now, it’s launched face masks for kids that resemble its most popular characters. The cotton masks come in packs of two for just $12.99, and 10 percent of proceeds will be donated to Feeding America.

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Buy It! Cubcoats Kids Face Masks, 2-Pack, $14.99; amazon.com or cubcoats.com

Lele Sadoughi

If Lele Sadoughi sounds familiar, that’s probably because you’ve seen Kate Middleton wear the brand’s velvet headband back in March. Alongside its quirky jewelry and other accessories, Lele Sadoughi now makes hand-decorated face masks, too. You can shop a pack of three assorted designs for $40.

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Buy It! Lele Sadoughi Set of 3 Face Masks, $40; lelesadoughi.com

Disney

Disney’s adorable new face masks come in prints of everyone’s favorite characters, from Baby Yoda to Mickey and Minnie Mouse. The masks come in packs of four and are available in small, medium, and large sizes. They’re currently available for preorder and are expected to ship by June 29. All profits will be donated to Medshare through September.

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Buy It! Disney Cloth Face Masks, $19.99; shopdisney.com

Buck Mason

Apparel brand Buck Mason pivoted to making masks with the goal of donating one for each one sold. The inner layer of its jersey cotton masks are treated with an “anti-microbial coating,” which will last up to 30 washes. You can purchase a five-pack for $20, or donate one for the same price.

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Buy It! Buck Mason Anti-Microbial Face Mask 5-Pack, $20; buckmason.com

Zazzle

While you might have used Zazzle to send a personalized gift in the past, now you can also purchase a reusable face mask. There are over 100,000 masks available on the site from designers who have pivoted to making them. The site also offers disposable face masks for 99 cents (limit of 10 per order). You can currently score 15 percent off your order with the code WEDNESDAYDEAL at checkout.

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Buy It! Reusable Face Masks, prices vary, zazzle.com

Casetify

Popular tech accessory brand Casetify has pivoted to making masks. It’s already donated 10,000 units to Direct Relief, and every purchase made allows the brand to donate even more. The masks come in five different colors, and you can purchase up to 10.

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Buy It! Casetify Reusable Cloth Mask, $15–$120; casetify.com

Redbubble

Similar to Etsy and Zazzle, Redbubble artists are now creating face masks. Sellers are using the same fun designs you’d usually find on a mug or t-shirt on the reusable masks. Shipping varies depending on the artist, but you can expect most orders to be at your door by the end of the month.

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Buy It! Redbubble Face Masks, prices vary; redbubble.com

Subzero

Subzero’s black masks feature many fun prints like skulls, hearts, and even phrases. Made from 100 percent cotton, you can choose between a basic mask ($19) or one with a filter ($29). The filter is made of two layers that protects against odors and microscopic particles.

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Buy It! Subzero Face Mask, $19–$29; subzero.com

Abacaxi

South Asian-American designer Sheena Sood has added colorful cotton face masks to her lineup. Made from the same fabric used in Abacaxi clothing, the color or print you receive will be at random, and a few sizes for kids and adults are available. You can also receive a free mask with any purchase on the site.

Buy It!

Abacaxi Cotton Face Mask with Filter Pocket, $30; abacaxi-nyc.com

Vida

Apparel and accessories brand Vida just released its own face masks. Made out of two layers of cotton, each mask has a metal nose piece, adjustable ear straps, and even a built-in filter. You can choose an individual mask, a pair, or a four-pack in several colors.

Buy It! Vida Protective Mask, $10–$36; shopvida.com

New Republic

Apparel brand New Republic is offering a three pack of black cotton face masks for $12. For every mask sold, it’s donating masks to local senior centers in Los Angeles, as well as the West L.A. VA hospital.

Buy It!

New Republic 3 Pack Cotton Face Masks, $12; shopnewrepublic.com

Caraa Sport

Caraa, which is known for its luxury sports bags, has repurposed its materials for non-medical masks. Like Reformation, you can purchase a pack of five masks for yourself or donate a pack for $25. Caraa will be matching every purchase of either pack with a donation to New York’s relief efforts.

Buy It! Caraa Mask Pack, Assorted Colors, $25; caraasport.com

Custom Ink

Custom Ink’s masks are simple face coverings that come in bulk packs. The brand’s cotton masks feel like a stretchy t-shirt and are affordably priced. You can snag a pack of 12 for just $30 — that’s $2.50 apiece! 

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Buy It! Custom Ink Basic Cloth Face Mask, Pack of 12, $19.95; customink.com

We’ll continue to update this list with the latest information as it becomes available.