If you’re looking to stock up on reusable face masks, don’t make the big retailers your one stop shop. Many local Portland companies are selling face masks. Plus, you’ll feel good supporting these local brands that have been hit hard during this time.
All of these businesses have options to ship directly to your house. Some are available for pick up in store. Check the details at each retailer to see if the store is open to the public.
Is your favorite Portland store selling masks? Send me an email with a link to the business and I will add them to this list!
9 Portland Companies Selling Face Masks
This bag company has a bunch of solid and print masks to choose from. They also have a selection for kids. The masks are priced at $10.
Dana Herbert Accessories
Choose from an endless array of fabrics for a custom mask to fit your style. Large and kids sizes available. Masks are $14.
Frankie & Coco
The local design studio specializing in modern bags, accessories and housewares has many fun styles of face masks available for purchase. Prices start at $16.
This Portland-based Japanese textiles and apparel brand has handmade masks that are truly works of art. Designs include options for longer ear cords and filter pockets. Prices start at $25.
The West African style boutique has an awesome buy-one-give-one program for face mask sales. For every mask purchased, N’Kossi Boutique will donate a mask to a local nonprofit. Masks are $22 for a two pack.
This local business is an Instagram page turned clothing brand. Pretty cool, right? Portland Gear has expanded its selection of branded Portland apparel to include masks. Prices start at $12.
Portland's favorite baseball club is getting in on the action with one-of-a-kind masks. The face masks are made from washed and sanitized game worn jerseys. Every mask is hand crafted and unique. The masks are on the more expensive side at $25 each.
Known for selling socks with your pet's face on them, this local company has taken its customization to masks. Get your favorite pet or person on your own custom mask. Prices start at $14.99. Best of all, Pet Party is known for having discount so chances are you can stock up on a few custom masks for a cheaper price.
This little shop located on the main drag of St Johns is my go-to for unique gifts, cute and functional dresses, and vintage home goods. They are selling homemade face masks starting at $12. Choose between elastic and fabric ties.
How to Get a Free Mask
Dhvani, a Portland-based clothing company, is on a mission to give every American a free face mask. All you have to do is request one on their website. While this is an incredibly generous gift, be prepared to wait. It took six weeks for my mask to arrive. So before banking on a freebie to get you by, purchase a few from the awesome businesses in this post.
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