This Local Brand Makes Handwoven Face Masks From Excess Fabric Scraps
They're washable, so you can use them again and again!
(SPOT.ph) We recently showed you these gorgeous pastel face masks as well as these zero-waste masks made from fabric scraps. It seems more and more local brands are stepping up to provide protective equipment for both frontliners and regular citizens as well—and each one has their own unique design. Here's another option to add to our list if you're on the lookout: Check out Style Ana's eye-catching handwoven masks!
Style Ana is known for their stylish, ultra-feminine pieces for both women and children. Many of their pieces feature stand-out colorful patterns just like the ones you'll see on their handwoven masks. In fact, each mask is made from weave scraps, which means they're able to make use of excess material instead of letting it to go to waste. Plus, the end result creates the prettiest designs!
Note that since the brand is making use of fabric scraps, they can't guarantee that you'll get the exact designs you see online when you order. But don't worry because each one is cute and unique in its own way—and more importantly, it will keep you protected if you ever need to leave the house! All of their masks are washable, so you can use them again and again without having to dispose of them. They also have a compartment inside where tissue or masks filters can be placed for added protection. You can get a set of three for P400—you might want to cop some for your friends and family, too!
Take a look at some of the gorgeous designs they've got:
Style Ana's handwoven masks are available online. You can get a set of three pieces for P400.
For more information, log on to Style Ana's Instagram page.
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