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Ask Our Stylist: Mask Up, But Make It Fashion

Face masks have never been higher up on the fashion agenda. Once purely functional, it has evolved at breakneck speed into something more — they’re quickly becoming a way to express ourselves. It’s time to mask up and add these style tips featuring this season’s most in-demand accessory to your arsenal. 

#1 Matchy-matchy combo

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Nothing is simpler than matching your outfit to your mask. Who says you got to save the funky prints and textures for your off-duty looks? Whether you’re dressing for a boardroom meeting or for your job in the creative industry, pair your outfit with a complementing mask for a polished, put-together look.

#2 Mask as a statement maker

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Fashion accessories are usually an add-on to your look. But now, let your face mask take centre stage as a style statement in its own glory. A common fashion rule is to include a colour, neutral, and print in every outfit. The good news is, face masks can include all three!

#3 When in doubt, choose solids

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Minimalist masks in solid, neutral colourways punctuate any outfit best. They can ground a bold look, or add an unfussy finishing touch to your look, no matter the dress code. Need a little perk-me-up? Opt for an embroidered iteration so you don’t fall short on style.

Watch how our resident stylists style a face mask for every mood and occasion:

Another bonus of the trend? It’s a completely sustainable way to freshen up your look. Join the fashion revolution with our limited edition face masks that keep fashion away from the landfills, while staying 100% in style. Shop face masks at Style Theory now.

Read more: Stay Stylish and Safe with Style Theory’s Upcycled Reusable Face Masks

About Author

Pei Szan is a dreamy idealist (a.k.a chronic daydreamer) who easily speaks in metaphors. She enjoys anything philosophical, loves jet-setting around the world, and has a serious boba addiction. Fun fact: Hailing from the land of Nasi Lemak, she left the legal scene to pursue her creative calling and hopes to inspire more women along the way. Her favourite section of the wardrobe? One-piece wonders like jumpsuits for the lazy days.

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