You can now choose from several kid-approved patterns.

June 05, 2020
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Old Navy has officially restocked its face mask lineup after quickly selling out last month. Included in this drop are more bright colors and playful prints the retailer is known for, like paisley, hearts, plaid, and more. Previously, families weren’t able to pick which designs they received as Old Navy was using leftover fabric from its clothes and creating “surprise packs.” Now, you can not only choose your design but the number of masks you want to get as well.

Kids’ masks are available in three- or five-packs, and the designs are sure to please. The Pink Lemonade 5-pack includes lemon, flower, and pale pink masks, while the Great Outdoor 5-pack has camo print and anchors, just to name a few. If you don’t need five masks, you can opt for the Americana 3-pack of masks for $7.50, with a nautical theme perfect for summer. There are also packs of solid prints in neutral and bold colors, if that’s more your child’s speed. 

Along with the expanded kids’ face mask collection, Old Navy released new prints for adults, including a 10-pack of masks for $25. We’re especially digging the trendy Leopard Queen and chic Navy Ditsy 5-packs.

The reusable cloth masks were designed per the CDC’s recommendation for non-medical grade masks and are breathable, machine-washable, and made with 100 percent cotton poplin. The retailer will also be donating 50,000 masks to the Boys & Girls Clubs of America. 

Kids are still adapting to this new normal, and wearing a face mask can be scary for them. Sometimes something as simple as a kid-friendly print can be just the ticket to getting them comfortable wearing a mask outside.

These face masks for kids are expected to sell out again, so be sure to grab yours while you still can. Below, shop the reusable and washable cloth masks in the new prints and designs.

Courtesy of Old Navy

Courtesy of Old Navy

Courtesy of Old Navy

Courtesy of Old Navy

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