Celebrity Face Covering Style
Facial coverings are obviously important in stopping the spread of viruses and maintaining hygienic practices, but who said they need to hide your style? Celebrities are among those using their masks as an opportunity to elevate their fashion. Check out the outfits and masks donned by celebrities to get some fashion inspo for yourself.
Vanessa Hudgens hangs in the sun while wearing a peach paisley dress and golden butterfly mask from masQd, which has tons of unique prints. The gold complements her stacked necklaces and bracelets, while the black keeps it somewhat neutral. Overall, it adds yet another blingy element to her breezy and summery look.
Ariana rocks a high pony, high waisted jean, and scooped crop top. The statement is clearly the purple oversized puffer coat, which adds an element of street fashion. Her sunnies, Christian Dior purse, and winged eyeliner all match her black Evolve Together mask. Evolve masks are popping up on celebrities everywhere. Their draw: they are minimalistic and some styles (like the “NYC” mask, which is what Ariana is wearing) are marked with “geographic coordinates as a reminder that we’re all connected no matter our gender, race, religion or geographic location.”
Emily looks chic stepping out to walk her pup. Her polkadot grey and white mask is neutral enough to complement many outfits, but looks great paired with her long, vibrant, and patterned shirt. Mixing patterns can be intimidating, but when done right it can create confident and stylish ensembles. We must point out her cute bucket hat, which does make the outfit more casual. Bucket hats have definitely had a major moment this summer.
Dua Lipa steps out looking stylish in head to toe black and white. Keeping her outfit streamlined with a black mask was the perfect choice to direct the attention to her crisp, white bodysuit, complete with a peekaboo hip and chest opening.
We know Gaga’s look here isn’t exactly runway-ready, but sometimes a busy popstar needs to quickly grab dinner! Still, she is keeping it casual-cute by matching her metallic pink facemask with her metallic pink bag. Gaga certainly does not shy away from unique face coverings. She frequently reps masks on her Instagram with the logo of her recent album, Chromatica.
Model Hailey is wearing high waisted jean shorts with a bold Chanel sweater, striking a balance between showing skin and covering up. Her Drew House mask makes an equally loud statement. Drew House is the mysterious clothing brand owned by her husband Justin Bieber.
Lisa, the famous Blackpink rapper, reps a minimalistic black mask while at the airport. It complements the black branding on her striped Fiorucci shirt. A neutral number like this is bound to complement any outfit or style, while keeping the attention all on the eyes and outfit.
Just when you think a feathery swimsuit is too much (it’s not!), Rita Ora perfectly matches it with a mask for a complete head to toe pool look. We can’t help but assume we will start to see more fashion designers follow suit (pun intended) by selling masks together with clothing.
Socialite and designer Olivia Palermo struts the streets in a long khaki skirt and feathery jacket, complete with a poppy yellow blouse and bucket bag. Her peach handkerchief is elegantly tied around her face. She manages to make it look like something you might wear pre-pandemic! The subtle connection between the colorful fringe on her skirt and the rest of the outfit connects all the dots.
If your fashion leans minimal, this look from Kendall might be up your alley. She’s rocking a brown mask by Skims, which comes in five nude colors, paired with an all black body-hugging look. Or so it appears. If you look closely, her brown mask subtly matches her heels, (possibly) the handle on her bag, and even complements her hair color. Fashion truly benefits from this careful attention to detail.
Who else is ready to step up their fashion and face covering game? Clearly masks can serve as an extension of your outfit and style, so stay safe and look good while doing it.