The latest emergency declaration announced by the City of Delray Beach states that all visitors and residents are required to wear masks when inside grocery stores, convenience stores, retail establishments, pharmacies, retail food facilities or restaurants, and while performing construction or delivery activities. We have rounded up some of our local Downtown Delray Businesses who are making/selling masks to make it easy for you to purchase yours!


Amanda Perna - House of Perna/Neon Bohemians

Designer Amanda Perna has been making masks available for purchase with a buy one, have one donated to healthcare workers incentive! Purchase a mask for $25, and one will be made and donated to a healthcare worker. Masks come in multiple, fun designs, with each mask ordered being a surprise! Support Amanda by visiting her website: to purchase one now!



Glavidia Alexis - Glavidia Hair Studio

Hairstylist & designer Glavidia Alexis is making fun masks for all to wear. Follow her on social media: @GHSDelray on Instagram to check out the different styles and DM her for more information on how to purchase!

Masks are $20





Lois Brezinski - Lois Brezinski Artworks

Artist & shop owner Lois Brezinski is creating custom masks for anyone who reaches out to her in need. You can e-mail to inquire. Masks are $7





Surf District Surf Shop

Currently receiving masks weekly have a "PICK UP"  time scheduled at Surf District Surf Shop. To have them shipped is an added fee. 
Masks are One size fits most; Mora Girls brand is bikini fabric & stretchy. Lotus & Luna are cotton.

Assorted prints, colors may vary. Some prints may not be shown in the picture, Leave us a note if you want certain colors, we will try our best to fulfill your desires!

Mask price varies. Inquire at

The Monogram Closet

The Monogram Closet has masks available for purchase online ranging from $10 to $14. Purchase fun patterns like tye-dye and American flag-themed masks and have them shipped to you or pick them up! Visit: to see what is available!







*These are NOT N95 masks. These masks are not going to fully protect you from Corona Virus. You should still be practicing social distancing by staying 6 feet away from others in public and frequently washing your hands for 20 seconds. Remember your eyes are not in the mask so if you are touching things and then touching your eyes you are exposing yourself in the same way. These masks are not approved by the CDC and are meant to be an extra barrier to cover your face while in public places.


Are you a business that is selling or giving away face masks? Please let us know, so we can add you to the list! E-mail