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Unusual but still inspiration


In my latest post I was talking about the lack of news to share with you. I read a lot about writing about the pandemic. I don't want to. First of all I am not a professional. I am a modest citizen and I only follow the rules we have as good as I can (and I think I never broke it even partly). The whole thing is scary and I strongly believe there is too much of information noise around. And also my blog is not a lifestyle blog it is a blog about fashion and style. So I decided to write about the new normal detail. We wear masks. We wear masks a lot. We wear masks most of the time out. Why don't we make it stylish? There are a lot of funny options but I'd better write about something special facial masks from Russian Designers. Here are my choices:

Ksenia Knyazeva. It is a lovely designer who makes very feminine dresses, I like her creations a lot. She started making masks to keep her personnel busy and make some extra money to support the brand.
https://knyazeva.ru/shop/2101-200323-maska-dlya-licatemno-siniy

BatNorton is a nice street wear brand from Russian Northern capital. They did masks before the pandemic too. Very edgy!
https://m.batnorton.com/female/accessories/23380/

Matrona is a brand from Krasnodar region (it's near the Black sea so it's warm there). I don't know why but the branding on the mask looks wonderful. They give masks away for free.
https://matrona.me/

Bella Potemkina is controversial but fab designer known for her bright and bold design choices. She makes masks with flowers but I personally prefer one with logo.
https://bellapotemkina.com/product/maska-zashchitnaya-dlya-litsa-dekorativnaya-c-logo-iz-straz-fuksiya/

The last is from Tvoe. It's a cheap brand in Russia, many of us buy our funny t-shirts to wear at home there. They also make cheap masks (around $3.50 in case you are not that good with rub)
https://www.wildberries.ru/catalog/11877339/detail.aspx?targetUrl=ES



Stay home, stay safe, stay stylish!

 

Have a nice day,
Lyosha

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Comments

  1. I definitely like the idea of stylish masks. That way, people can stay safe and still express themselves through fashion.
    the creation of beauty is art.

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  2. I have really enjoyed seeing how creative people have been getting when creating their own masks. I didn't realize there were designers that were making options too! Thanks for sharing - it could help make our new normal a little more stylish.

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  3. I also have a craft and perfectly insulating in the same way also very fashion!

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  4. Who knew we'd be looking for fashionable face masks. What a world we live in these days.

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  5. Nice masks! I ordered some from a lady on Etsy. They are some great ones on there!

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  6. Japan was like the first country that made this face masks a trend.Now everybody is getting into the wagon because they know they can have a profit out of it plus they are very helpful in this pandemic times.

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    1. I actually always liked it in japan that they are cool with masks. People were not used to masks in my country at all

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  7. We're using the same normal masks but I love these ones, they're so cool...

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  8. I must admit that my masks are kind of boring and not as fashionable. These are so cute and I'll have to check them out.

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  9. These are nice. I like the first one. I still don't know how to buy a mask that is actually protective.

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    1. we still have couple of medical masks left (my family had a pack and shared it between members). These masks are not really protective but I think it still helps a little and even it's 1% safer I will go for it

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  10. Making my own washable mask in also in my plate right now. I would love to make some and send to my friends as gift.

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  11. It is so weird to me that these are a trend now! I got my mask on Etsy. Thank you so much for sharing this with all of us!

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  12. Great post dear, so nice and interesting, love it!     

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  13. Who would have thought that we would be seeking mask fashion! There are some great options out there though, and I'm glad to have them!

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  14. I have seen a lot of really pretty masks emerging in the face of all this. I mean, if we're going to have to wear them, why not make them fashionable, right? Like you, I'm just trying to follow the rules and embrace this 'new normal' while we're here.

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  15. I love how they are also trying to adapt with the current situations. :) there's art in everything. love this post!

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    1. exactly! there is good in everything, there is art in everything, you just have to think

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  16. I love to see stylish masks! Beauty should be more felt these days, at least to have a nice view while on crisis.

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  17. Den første kjolen er veldig vakker.
    Cotton Mask

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