In light of certain recent events, now seems like a good time to remind everyone of the importance, and effectiveness, of wearing a mask. While they remain the hottest (and most important) accessory as we enter fall, there’s a new crop of masks that better reflect the season. After all, you don’t want your summer masks, in all their light, airy fabrics and palettes, clashing with your fall wardrobe — what a fashion faux pas! So now that you find yourself in the market for a seasonally appropriate mask, below are 15 of the best for the fall ahead.
Everlane The 100% Human Face Mask 5-Pack
You don’t have to leave the tie-dye trend in summer. Carry it into fall with these neutral tie-dyed masks from Everlane.
Rag & Bone The Multi Pleat Mask Pack
Depending on what wash of denim you find yourself wearing, whether it be light, medium or dark, Rag & Bone’s cotton Pleat Masks are fit for pairing with a variety of shades.
Nordstrom Assorted 4-Pack Adult Face Masks
The slightly faded look of these masks from Nordstrom lend them a rugged feel that make them seem even more appropriate for fall. Plus, the colors practically encapsulate the season.
Hedley & Bennett The Wake Up and Fight Mask
These masks are made from either 100% cotton or a 60/40 cotton-poly blend, and each one features a flexible metal nose piece (so you’ll no longer have to constantly be adjusting it) as well as an inner filter pocket for those days when you just want a little extra protection. Plus, if you happen to buy them for the whole fam, they come with a handy place to write your name on the inside, so no risk of mixing them up with someone else’s.
Huckberry Merino Wool Face Mask 4-Pack
Don’t be dissuaded by the merino wool of Huckberry’s mask, as it was chosen for its ability to wick moisture, keep odor at bay, be breathable and regulate temperature.
KES Peace Face Covering, The Western Set
Prove you’re a master of mixing and matching patterns by pairing these plaid masks from KES with your favorite flannel. Or if you can find a a plaid shirt identical to one of these bad boys, even better.
Todd Snyder Cotton Jersey Face Mask in Olive Drab
This might not be the most exciting of colors (it’s even called an unenthusiastic ‘Olive Drab’), but it will certainly go with any outfit, making it the perfect basic back-up mask to have on hand.
Sanctuary 4-Pack Organic Cotton Washable PPE Masks Autumn
While you might not be so inclined to don the paisley/floral pattern from this Sanctuary pack of masks, the three other colors are the perfect fall hues that won’t detract too much from an outfit, but also aren’t boring.
St. John Knits Artisanal Tweed Contour Mask
Flimsier masks might not cut it in the chillier temps, so in order to make sure the lower half of your face is nice and warm, try this Artisanal Tweed Contour Mask from St. John Knits, which also features 22% wool. But don’t worry, the mask is hypoallergenic, so none of that annoying itching feeling.
Caraa 5 Universal Masks
Caraa describes this particular colorway of their Universal Masks as “Assorted Fall Colors,” so, enough said.
Neighborhood Guardian-2 Logo-Print Nylon-Blend Face Mask
Maybe you’re not such a fan of cotton face masks and are hoping to branch out to a different fabric. If that’s the case, consider Neighborhood’s nylon-blend face mask. The nylon-blend will prove to be elastic, and thus will easily adjust to your face, while also being breathable.
Mostly Heard Rarely Seen Quilted Face Mask
If you were to take a bomber jacket and turn it into a face mask, the result would be this mask from Mostly Heard Rarely Seen (which also features a fluorescent orange lining).
Saturdays NYC Fabric Face Mask 2-Pack
Fall is also Spooky Season, so what better way to celebrate than with this mask pack from Saturdays NYC, featuring the colors of Halloween, black and orange.
Mother Denim The Adjustable Don’t Spray It
Take your Canadian tuxedo to the next level and top it off with a mask that looks like raw denim.
Phlemuns Yellow Plaid Mask
Add a little 90’s prep to your fall wardrobe with Phlemuns’ yellow tartan mask. It’s like, so chic.
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