Stylist in Pocket · Colored Face Masks: 7 Days, 7 Ways







Aug

14

COLORED FACE MASKS: 7 DAYS, 7 WAYS

 
The number one thing everyone is dealing with right now is the uncertainty brought about by the coronavirus. Although it seems like not everyone is intentionally finding time to research about what they’re facing.
 
As confirmed by the World Health Organization, the virus spreads through respiratory droplets expelled by the infected person. These tiny particles are called aerosoles. 
They have also provided the simplest way to play a part in stopping the spread of the virus. Want to help #FlattenTheCurve? Wear a facemask.
 
Facemasks have inadvertently become a fashion statement, more so a necessity in this pandemic era. The best way to cope with this new normal is to incorporate it to our daily routine–starting off with how we get dressed.
 
Let’s face it: surgical masks don’t really pass the fashionable test. It could even break your entire look. But according to research, they are much more effective than fabric or cloth masks (albeit easier to match with our OOTDs). Surgical masks are made for this kind of viral emergency. They’re made to protect you from coming into contact with aerosoles by filtering them out before they enter your mouth or nose–something most cloth masks are not able to do. 
 
These face masks are advised for the foreseeable future but there is no way we’re letting them ruin our OOTDs. Luckily for you, we found the perfect way to incorporate them into our outfits. 
 
How? By adding color.
 

Solids and Prints

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Just like any other surgical mask, our new Colored and Printed 3-Ply Face Masks are made with high-efficiency protective grade material, and multilayer stereoscopic design. Their high-quality bridge strips are easy to fix, and they have elastic earring making them comfortable to wear. 
 
Surgical face masks are not made to match your style, but adding a pop of color could accentuate some personality into your style. It’s like hitting two birds with one stone.
Since your everyday look will now include a mask, might as well start coordinating them with your daily outfits. Time to add color to your days. 
 

Manic Monday

 

Tuesday Shoesday

 

On Wednesdays We Wear Pink

 

Thursdate

 

Casual Friday

 

Saturday Sweat

 

Sunday Funday

 
 
The different styles showcased above prove only one thing - you don’t need to sacrifice form for function with the right combinations. Even in this global crisis, we can still be fashionable and safe at the same time. Any of those outfit combinations strike your fancy? Browse through a variety of multi-colored facemasks at https://ppe.stylistinpocket.com/ and see what fits with your outfit today.