Leopard print, palm trees or your favourite football team - for those of us who choose to wear a facemask, there are many styles to choose from.
Wearing a facemask is no joke, but they do take up a surprising amount of real estate on your face, so I wanted to choose a facemask that would be both eye-catching and coordinate with my wardrobe.
When I chose to start wearing one while out and about at the start of lockdown, Etsy was my first stop for a homemade facemask that left surgical coverings to the professionals while supporting a small business owner who may have lost work during the pandemic.
A good mask for civilians combines both style and function with comfort, incorporating pretty patterns with layered protection and is suitable for machine washing.
I'm not alone - Billie Eilish wore a Gucci mask to the Grammys, while renowned Irish designer Helen Steele has created masks made from eco cotton.
Closer to home, I've seen a man in the supermarket wearing a Chelsea mask, while floral prints are the style of choice for others.
It won't be long before many have a wardrobe of masks for both work and play.
My mask is pink with a tropical print and is reversible with a grey print on the other side. I liked it so much I bought masks for all my family, star prints for some and eye-catching peacock prints for others.
Facemasks are not a substitute for social distancing or good hand hygiene but along with polka dots and floral midi dresses, they look to be 2020's foremost fashion accessory.