With protests happening globally, people are emerging from their quarantine caves for more than the occasional grocery store run or mental health walk, and the CDC recommends wearing a face covering.
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There are plenty of face bandanas for sale across the web, putting you just a few steps away from creating your own face covering to help slow the spread of COVID-19.
Statement scarves were already ramping up as summer's no-fuss accessory before the pandemic hit, and they're sure to remain relevant throughout the season.
Just note that not all fabrics are created equal and some materials, like cotton, do a better job with filtration and breathability, so check out this chart for a helpful breakdown before making your own mask.
If you're ready to let go of the matching sweatsuit that became your uniform during quarantine, you might be looking for ways to reincorporate style into your daily routine.
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