Stylish Face Masks

Well chock this up as another post I never thought I’d write, yet here we are! If 2020 had a mascot, I think it’d surely be the face mask. And regardless of your feelings and opinions about them, face masks are a part of life these days.

I didn’t pay their style and fit much attention at first, assuming their lifespan would be fleeting…but just like everything associated with this pandemic, it goes on much, much longer than we could have imagined.

(Funny sidenote: We originally had plans to include matching face masks for our GxHSP Celebrate Summer Collection, but as the launch grew closer, it looked like masks were a thing of the past…so we cancelled them. Rest assured our next Collection will have cute, coordinating masks!)

Now I view them as an accessory, and opportunity to add a little style to my outfit. Or at the very least, not completely derail my outfit! I’ve ordered several over the last month, and settled on quite a few that are as cute as they are comfortable.

You’ll be hard-pressed to find a retailer not offering face masks, but here are a few of my top picks, all in reusable, washable fabrics.

Sugarplum Tip: Wash your masks in my favorite Glam Wash for a little happy moment every time you put it on! I keep a fresh stack washed-and-ready by the back door.

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1. Honest Company Abstract Prints // 100% cotton with removable nose wire, adjustable elastic straps & 5 filters…sizes for both adults & kids

2. Neutral Solid Linen // Linen mask for easy breathing in hot Summer months, with smaller fit & nose wire

3. Jersey Knit Reversible Leopard // The mask I reach for most often, it’s lightweight jersey knit & reversible

4. Pleated Satin // Like sleeping on a satin pillowcase, a satin mask won’t absorb the oils & makeup from your face!

5. Lele Sadoughi Embroidered Set // Who knew designer face masks would actually be a thing. But these are the prettiest masks I’ve seen, each with feminine details and embroidery.

6. J.Crew Seersucker Stripes // Add some preppy style with J.Crew’s signature fabrics, with opening for filter & elastic ear loops

7. Nordstrom Pleated Tie // Tightly-woven cotton knit, in a 4-pack of colors, these also tie behind your head, perfect for when you’re able to slip them off. Nordstrom is also donating a mask for every purchase.

8. Mixed Pattern Tie // Clare V. has darling mixed pattern masks, made of fabric remnants & their signature lip patch

9. Nordstrom Assorted Colors Knit // Lined with 100% cotton, this 5-pack of knit masks form comfortably to your face for easy talking. The ear loops are made of the same knit fabric, too.

10. Gingham Set // I never met a gingham I didn’t love, and this 5-pack has every color you’ll need. Made of double-layer cotton & adjustable ear loops, Bauble Bar is selling them at cost!

11. Gator Style // Mr. SP is partial to this style, as he can just pull it up and down when needed. Made of a breathable, functional fabric, they’re also great when exercising or being active outdoors.

12. 100% Human Tie Dye Knit // Double-layer knit fabric makes these soft & comfy, in the cutest tie-dye patterns.

13. Old Navy Assorted Patterns // These triple-layer face masks come in every pattern under the sun…for a great price! They even have adjustable ear loops.

14. Jersey Knit White Masks // The go-tos in the Sugarplum Casa, these basic white masks are all my kids wear. Super soft and lightweight, they’re breathable & subtle.

15. Anthropologie Patterned Set // Leave it to Anthro to design some of the most stylish options, these pleated masks come in a set of 5 incredibly chic fabrics.

16. For the Kids // For the little kids, Old Navy has the largest assortment of affordable masks I’ve seen. Get them involved by allowing them to choose their design.


So many cute options, right?! My family prefers the comfortable, basic style of THESE, and I find myself reaching for THIS ONE more than any other. I hear great things about these masks, as well.

I also wear this chain to keep my mask on me, rather than shoved in my purse or hanging from my ear. What masks have you found to be the most comfortable? Do you have fun with your mask styles, or prefer to keep it basic?



*Disclaimer: Please note I am not a doctor, and these are not medical-grade masks, nor are they FDA approved. But when worn correctly, they show others you care and respect their health and safety.*

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  1. Kelly wrote:

    I ordered the 5 pack set from Tory Burch and I feel so stylish wearing them and the fabric is so soft. Took over a month to get here after I ordered but felt they were worth the wait. Who knew masks would be the Fall must have accessory! Thanks for your blog and IG! It’s a happy spot on the internet for me.

    Posted 8.18.20 Reply
    • Summer wrote:

      YES! I ordered the Tory Burch masks, as well. By far the most comfortable mask that I have found. The material is silky soft, they contain the nose wire and they wash beautifully! I am hoping for a fall collection.

      Posted 8.18.20 Reply
    • Cassie wrote:

      You’re right…these are so gorgeous! thanks for the head’s up!
      Here’s a link for anyone interested:

      Posted 8.18.20 Reply
  2. Patricia wrote:

    Most of the masks you’ve shown are good choices for safety reasons. The neck gator, however, is actually worse than wearing no mask at all. You might want to look into that issue yourself.

    Here’s the link:

    Posted 8.18.20 Reply
  3. Sandy wrote:

    I’m w/Mr. SP on the neck gators. Great for skiing/fishing. I have a Capt. Crunch one!
    Thanks for this post. : )

    Posted 8.18.20 Reply
  4. Paula wrote:

    I have been wearing the Athleta 5 pack masks and I love them!! Very comfortable and easy to breathe in!! I want to check out your leopard print. But I’m so happy with the Athleta masks I don’t think I need more!!
    Love your posts!

    Posted 8.18.20 Reply
  5. Kaelen wrote:

    These are really cute! I have been wearing the same couple masks for months now and I am ready to branch out so I can coordinate my outfits and also so I can wash them more frequently.


    Posted 8.18.20 Reply
  6. Rhonda wrote:

    Thank you so much for this post and these cute options! I also love your suggestion to wash them with the glam wash. Have you seen that Le Labo has a laundry detergent at Nordstrom?? I thought of you when I saw it and wished I could send you a bottle to thank you for all that you do for us!! You are always a ray of sunshine 💛💛💛

    Posted 8.18.20 Reply
    • Cassie wrote:

      You’re so sweet! I spotted that detergent!!! I started using the Glam Wash in ‘Kathina’, and it has a really similar scent to Le Labo…without the price tag!

      Posted 8.19.20 Reply
  7. vida barham wrote:

    Research out of Duke Univ. has found that neck gaiters may not be effective in containing the virus. Please shop carefully and check the fabric.

    Posted 8.19.20 Reply
  8. Megan wrote:

    Cute selection! I’ve started to view them as an accessory too! I’m a nurse and just wanted to offer a couple pointers. First make sure they are two layer, as that’s proven more effective than single layer. Also while this should be obvious, the reversible one should not be reversed before washing! 🙂 Thanks for sharing, cute mask inspo!

    Posted 8.20.20 Reply
    • Cassie wrote:

      Thank you for the great tips, Megan!! Stay safe and thank you for what you’re doing! xo. C

      Posted 8.20.20 Reply