I could wax poetic something about the times we are living in, but let’s cut to the chase. You need a mask, and there are local shops that have ’em. I, for one, don’t want to walk around looking like Bane for the rest of the year, but we gotta do it now so we don’t have to later!
Arrow Creative’s online shop and store front features products from a number of local creatives, so the mask selection for both youth and adults is pretty diverse as far as design goes.
These may be made in L.A., but there’s a Memphian behind all the mask-making. These babies are breathable, fashionable, washable, and for every mask purchased, one is donated to frontline workers & families in need.
Who knew the day would come where I’d want a matching head wrap and face mask? Check out Mbabazi’s limited supply of colorful masks here.
The folks at Ixora got masks for days. Grab yours quickly, because they tend to sell out!
Go bold with these hand-made masks available in a variety of Nigerian prints, plus a portion of the proceeds are being donated to various local charities. Make purchases here.
Both her store front and online shop are booming with hand-made masks which come in a variety of prints.
Since we need to wear masks they might as well be pretty! Primas has beautifully embroidered masks available in both youth and adult sizes.
Mo’s Bows? More like Mo’s Masks! Both adult and youth masks are sold in-store and in Mo’s online shop.
They’ve got a number of mask available in basic colors and patterns, but if you want to get fancy, they’ve got a mask set that comes with adjustable straps and pearl details.
You know you want to rep the best sports teams in the nation. That’s it. That’s all that needs to be said.
Let this mask be the conversation starter you needed to kick off the convo about your extensive record collection.