Do you still need to buy a mask in North Carolina?
North Carolina Governor Roy Cooper announced face masks are now mandatory in public places as the state remains in a Safer-At-Home Phase 2 order for an additional 3 weeks. The Executive Order mandating masks went into effect Friday, June 26 at 5 p.m.
Here are a list of places you can buy one for yourself or a loved one today, while also helping to support these local shops.
This Charlotte-themed shop lets you show your “704” pride with hats, t-shirts, sweatshirts — and now masks. The team is expecting a restock by the end of the week, which will include three additional designs. To purchase: Order from the website for delivery.
Conveniently located in Dilworth, Abode sells home good and accessories, and has now added handmade cloth masks to their repetoire. Shop in person or online.
Known for its eclectic selection of gifts in the heart of Uptown, this shop is now offering masks as well. You can shop in person, or place an order ahead of time for curbside pickup by calling 704-334-9322.
Price: Disposable masks are $5 for a 3-piece pack and reusable cloth masks are $16.
New restocks at Blackhawk include several options, such as disposable masks with fun designs, washable masks and KN95 masks. Visit in person or shop the website.
Price: $5.99 for reusable masks or KN95 masks are 10 for $34.99.
Boem, the women’s boutique, is now selling stylish, printed cloth face masks. Shop online.
Price: $12 – $20
Girl Tribe Co.
Girl Tribe Co. is now also selling reusable face masks in a variety of prints and sizes for adults, teens and toddlers. Order online for delivery.
Glory Days Apparel
This local clothing company now has face masks available with free shipping. Order from the website.
Ivy & Leo
Pick up a face mask from this women’s boutique. Shop in person or on the website
Price: $5 – $10
All locations of Julie’s Boutique are carrying face masks, along with its selection of clothing and accessories. Shop in person or order on the website.
Price: $7 – $10
This women’s boutique, with locations in the Blakeney and Park Road shopping centers, is donating $2 from every mask sold to Levine Children’s Hospital. Shop in person or order on the website.
Bright, vibrant tones highlight all of the clothing and accessories at KK Bloom. The boutique will restock regularly. Visit the website or call 980-240-6911.
This NoDa brewery now has branded face masks available via drive-thru, taproom or online.
This men’s clothing store in South End is now using leftover suiting fabrics to make masks. Visit in person or order on the website.
Known for their wide selection of books, cards and gifts, Paper Skyscraper is now also selling cloth face masks too. Shop in store.
Price: $4.95 for plain white, $12.95 for patterns
The shop dedicated to custom sewing and alterations is now also offering cloth face masks during this time. Visit the shop in person.
Price: $3 and free for healthcare workers.
Winnie’s Boutique has masks available in its Charlotte Collective storefront or online. Shop in person or on the website.
Shop now to buy your mask in North Carolina and help support local shops and keep each other safe.