Heyo, Seattle, in case you didn’t know, masks are in. They are the new hit lifestyle accessory. Because not only will they help keep others safe, they’re pretty much required anytime you leave your house. So with that in mind, here are 5 places in Seattle to buy face masks.

Outdoor Research

The OR masks are perfect for the Tech Gear/Hypebeast in your life. Or maybe that’s you, either way, Outdoor Research makes some nice and simple masks that look clean and technical. And while they look pretty official just remember that most cloth masks are not medical grade.


Freeman definitely has a Seattle hipster vibe going. So with that in mind, you really can’t go wrong with their simple, 100% cotton face masks. And if you’re a minimalist when it comes to style, you’ll probably appreciate the high quality and craftsmanship of these masks.

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And if you’re all about fun patterns, you’ll probably enjoy Tokki’s offerings. Plus they come in packs of two so you can always have a fresh mask ready to go. Or you can give one away to a friend, whatever floats your boat.

Swaddle Designs

Designed by a small business owner and RN, these cloth masks are the real deal! Plus they come in solid colors or nice subdued patterns. So they have options for whatever style you’re going for. And they have children masks as well!

Make you own

Haha we gotcha! Yep, you can indeed make your own face mask. And no, you don’t need to know how to sew. So whether purchasing a mask isn’t doable or if you just need to be creative, we recommend heading over to Youtube to watch some tutorials. And trust us, there are many tutorials for all different kinds, styles, and levels of difficulty.

We hope you find this little list helpful and we hope you find your perfect face masks from a Seattle maker. And if you opt for making a mask, consider making a few to donate to those who can’t afford to buy one.