Designer Sassi Holford creates wedding face covering for brides
With current coronavirus restrictions requiring brides-to-be in Scotland to wear a face covering when shopping for their wedding dress, alongside new guidance that states face coverings are mandatory in places of worship and hotels, you may be looking for a face mask that’s a bit more special than the norm.
We already shared with you the range of lacy wedding face coverings created by Scottish bridal designer Mirka Bridal Couture from off-cuts of wedding dress material, and now wedding dress designer Sassi Holford has launched a range of stylish Egyptian cotton face masks.
Available in a selection of wedding-friendly styles, you can choose from an ivory lace (pictured above), ivory spot tulle (pictured below) or ivory zebra face covering.
Or if you just want a stylish new everyday face covering, there are black tulle and black zebra options too.
The masks are made from sustainable Egyptian cotton fabric and have a sleeve for a filter (which isn’t included), and a channel with a nose strip which can be replaced or removed when washing.
And the face coverings don’t just help keep you and others safe in the Covid sense.
The designer is also donating 40% of proceeds from face mask sales to national domestic abuse charity Women’s Aid.
The masks retail for £25 and you can get free delivery on your face covering by entering the code ‘FREE4FACEMASK’ at checkout.