Mask Fashion is Now a Thing

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To wear a mask or not to wear a mask, that was the question over the past month as public messaging flip flopped on the issue, until just last week when the CDC confirmed that, yes, wearing a cloth mask in public (not to be confused with the very real/protective N95 our docs and nurses need) is in fact a good thing to do. And as recently as last Wednesday, Governor Phil Murphy started requiring masks if we are in grocery stores or other essential businesses as a way to prevent the spreading of COVID and to help #flattenthecurve.

Now, if you are one of those crafty souls who can whip up a cloth mask with some fabric, a needle and thread from your trusty sewing kit, that's pretty awesome. But for the rest of us who don't know a Crossstich from a Herringbone, we've got a solution for you. Buy a bunch of super stylish masks and support these local businesses at the same time. And, dare we say, have a little fun while being safe- let's just call it COVID Couture. 


Kuka's Fashion & Design is the perfect place for budding fashionistas, and up until the shutdown, was hosting some pretty rockin' birthday parties and classes for those kids who want to learn how to create and use a sewing machine. In light of the quarantine, the Englewood NJ studio is making masks for sale. Simply select from one of their prints on Instagram and dm them your request and info. You can also submit your own fabric choice if you really want to get creative. 

Sewn Cute in Tenafly is what design studios are made of. Shelves of fabric, long tables to create and adorable lighting makes fashion-loving kids (and adults!) feel like they never want to leave. Right now they are making adorable and stylish masks that can be ordered via their website here. We're partial to their Liberty of London prints but that's just us.


The local moms behind the activewear brand Pheel have added a line of masks to their much-loved gymwear line and for every purchase you make of a mask on their site, they'll donate one to someone in need. Bonus for you, you can now officially match your mask to your leggings. Shop Pheel's masks here.

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