11 more local labels making fashion-forward reusable masks

11 more local labels making fashion-forward reusable masks
PHOTO: Instagram/Tang Yong Masks, Instagram/Olive Ankara

The last time we did a roundup of local apparel makers offering reusable masks, the circuit breaker had just started.

Now that we're almost a week into Phase 2, reusable masks are more indispensable – and ubiquitous – than ever.

Not a day goes by without our Instagram algorithms offering up something handsewn and adorned with French bulldogs or anthropomorphised sushi.

And we'd be lying if we said that our collection of reusable masks wasn't getting dangerously close to exceeding our collection of pre-Covid fashion accessories. 

Scroll below to see some of our favourites, for kids and adults alike: 


Love vintage-inspired fashion? These double-layer cotton face masks, which range from $9 to $10, come in sizes for both kids and adults. 

Order at kashley.co.


Because reusable masks are like underwear: designed to be washed frequently, and never shared. 

DM Root & Woods Studios to inquire about prices,


We never imagined that anything cute would emerge from this pandemic, but matchy-matchy masks with us and our mini-me's have proven us wrong. 

DM By This Mom for ordering details.


Hate how your mask smells like kopi and bak chor mee after breakfast?

These breathable scuba material masks repel water droplets and air pollutants. And they're also less stinky and dry five times faster than the usual washable masks. 

$16 each. DM New Norm Masks to order.


Kreasi Indah's batik-style face masks come in two different styles: ear loops and hijab-friendly head loops. 

$4 to $5 a piece. DM Kreasi Indah for more details.


Made of 100 per cent wax-free cotton, Olive Ankara's colourful face masks are $19 each, with 10 per cent of all proceeds going to local charities benefiting migrant workers and others in need. 

Visit Olive Ankara's website to order.


These timeless designs, which come in adult and kid sizes, would flatter just about any member of your family. 

Prices start from $10. Order on Le Petit Society's website


Since its launch at the start of the circuit breaker, Elizabeth Little's buy one, gift one mask initiative has gifted 4000 child beneficiaries.

And it's not too late for you to participate. Available here for $22 each. 


Available in-store and online (though they're currently sold out on the label's website) Minor Miracles' polyester face masks are inspired by modern ikebana floral arrangements. 

Find out more here.


Getting married amid the pandemic? Then you'll need these for your ROM. 

DM Tang Yong Masks to order.


Not a fan of prints? These hand-embroidered masks from I Want The Missing Piece offer a subtle design flourish. 

$20, available for pre-order here.

This article was first published in Wonderwall.sg.

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