How To Style Out Your Face Mask, According To Celebrities And Influencers

Now that they're mandatory in shops and supermarkets, why not treat them as an extension of your personal style?

Gaia Gozzi

by Emily Watkins |
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In the world of celebrities and influencers, a mask isn’t just government-mandated, it’s officially become a fashion statement. And now that we’re all required to wear one in shops and supermarkets, it’s about to be an extension of your personal style, whether you like it or not.

The model-approved mask seems to be a sleek black style with minimal adornments. Dua Lipa, Bella Hadid, Emily Ratajkowski are all fans. Having said that, a carefully chosen print is also fair game. Alessandra Ambrosio and Kerry Washington favour leopard sports, while Reese Witherspoon is a paid up member of the gingham fan club.

Once you’ve chosen yours - our most fashionable reusable masks story is here to help - scroll through the below to see how to style it out.


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Alessandra Ambrosio

Try a print clash like supermodel Alessandra Ambrosio, who mixed leopard spots with paisley squares while out and about in LA.

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Tracee Ellis Ross

Supporting the #wearadamnmask movement across the pond, Tracee Ellis Ross proved that a colour pop face mask is an instant mood-lifter.

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Bella Hadid

Can Bella Hadid et al make the little black mask a thing?

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Reese Witherspoon

Reese Witherspoon's gingham face mask is bang on trend for summer 2020.

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Hailey Bieber

A logoed face mask - this one's from Justin Bieber's fashion house, Drew - goes with gym kit perfectly.

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Kerry Washington

As Kerry Washington demonstrates, leopard spots and Fenty sunglasses are the best of friends.

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Emily Ratajkowski

Emily Ratajkowski has a growing face mask collection that includes this polka dot number.

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Emily Ratajkowski

For first-time face mask wearers, note that you can't go wrong with head-to-toe black.

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Prabal Gurung

The best face mask styling we've seen comes courtesy of designer Prabal Gurung, whose blossom-printed jacquard face mask (now sadly sold out) matches his T-shirt and his backdrop.

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Gilda Ambrosio

For Etro's show at Milan's Digital Fashion Week, influencer and designer Gilda Ambrosio went for a spectrum of marine blues and greens, matching her face mask to her velvet minidress.

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Dua Lipa

A pared-back monochrome colour palette is the chic way to do mask-wearing.

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Jessica Alba

Jessica Alba's cactus-printed mask, from her own range at Honest, is one of the happiest we've come across.

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Pamela Tick

Influencer Pamela Tick accessoried her denim bikini with a body chain and true blue face mask on the beach.

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Tamu McPherson

Only Tamu McPherson could make a face mask and latex gloves look this cool. Note: a neat shirt and short combo strikes the right note for summer 2020.

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Beanie Feldstein

No one has better face mask make-up game than Beanie Feldstein, who matched her peacock blue covering to a slick of liquid eyeliner.

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Gaia Gozzi

The singer-songwriter Gaia Gozzi matched her paisley silk face mask to her shirt at Etro's show in Milan - and added a flash of green eyeshadow for that smize.

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