11 Indianapolis Businesses Selling Cool Face Masks

Not the DIY type? Check out these local retailers for all your protective gear needs.
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There are tons of people hand making masks right now, but if you’re not the DIY type and are looking to shop from a local retailer, check out these businesses selling fabric face masks in various patterns, sizes, and prices, including those for kids.


ONATAH in Fountain Square is offering over 45 mask styles on their website. Each mask style is named after a essential nurses and doctors working on the frontlines. When you buy 6 or more of any style, you automatically save 10%.

$7-$32, shoponatah.com

Kurr Aesthetics & Medical Spa

Kurr is now selling handmade, hand-died masks from an independent artisan. These masks are silk, which is an effective material for preventing droplets from penetrating. They have limited quantities, so be sure to get yours soon! They also sell cotton and velvet face masks.


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Witty by Codi

Local designer Codi Banks creates handmade face masks and headwrap sets. She even has special edition “Black Girls Matter” and “Black Lives Matter” masks available now. She is also offering customized masks for small businesses. These masks are 100% cotton reversible face masks with filter pocket, available in many solids and prints. Fabric has been washed and tumbled dry.

$15, wittybycodi.bigcartel.com/products


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Rebel vintage

The vintage lifestyle brand, Rebel Vintage, is selling locally-made reusable masks in a variety of different styles and designs. Made by local artists like, Sharon McKittrick, these upcycled masks are 100% cotton and prewashed. When you buy a mask, Rebel Vintage also donates one to local health care workers.

$12-$30, www.shoprebelvintage.com/


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Hoosier Face Masks

Brought to you by the owner of ZIPS Dry Cleaning, Hoosier Face Masks are made by a team of professional tailors in Indianapolis with double layer cotton and elastic ear loops. All masks are steam-sanitized per CDC requirements before they leave the store.

$10, www.hoosierfacemasks.com.


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PUP Indy Mask Project

People for Urban Progress has donated more than 1,000 face masks to childcare centers, health clinics, and long-term care facilities through the PUP Indy Mask Project. Now they’re also selling them to the public. Masks are $15 and for every purchase, PUP will donate an additional mask. You can also make a monetary donation or donate tightly-woven, 100% cotton fabric and 1/8″ to 1/4″ elastic to their cause. 

$15, peopleup.org.


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Jess West Masked Hope Collection

Local costume designer Jess West’s Masked Hope Collection offers handmade face masks in more than 50 patterns—from Tiger King themes, floral patterns, Star Wars and more. The masks are 100% cotton, machine washable, and come with a free removable 3M filter. Adult large, adult medium/teen, and children’s sizes are available. $20 per mask with a portion of proceeds going to organizations in need. 

$20, www.jesswestcostumes.com.


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For kids’ masks, check out baby and child boutique Nurture’s collection of 100 percent cotton handmade masks that come in a variety of prints and are sized by ages 2-3, 4-6, and 7-9 (though if in doubt, they recommend sizing up). The Mass Ave store reopened May 16 but is still offering in-store and curbside pickup. 

$7.90, www.nurtureonline.com.


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James Dant

Menswear shop James Dant offers high quality face masks by Runabout Goods retailing for $40-45. For every mask sold, the company donates one to a hospital in need. The store is currently open by appointment only in 30- and 60-minute time slots, available by booking online. Online orders more than $50 are including free shipping, and curbside pickup is six days a week.

(Note: masks are out of stock at time of posting but more inventory is expected to arrive soon.)

$40-$45, jamesdant.com.


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14 Districts

Carmel boutique 14 Districts has masks by a handful of lines including Space 46, Johnny Was, and faux “Chanel” designs ranging from $24-30.

$24-30, www.14-districts.com.


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Boomerang BTQ

Mass Ave’s Boomerang BTQ sells masks created by local makers Crimson Tate and Shine Bright Stitchers for $16. Each comes with a sticker and free shipping. For every mask purchased, one is donated. Available via Instagram DM only.

$16, www.instagram.com/boomerangbtq.


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Worldwide Masks

Can’t stand elastic strings or ties? Local entrepreneurs Chris Beaty and Joe Babish are the duo behind Worldwide Masks which offer one piece masks for $19.99 in their online store as well as filters and disinfectants.

$19.99, wwmasks.com.


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Leslie Bailey is the co-founder and editor-in-chief of Indy Maven.

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