WMAR Baltimore; Clothing store goes from women's fashion to making masks
A clothing store in Stevensville is changing its summer women's fashion to fashion for your face!
Sheilah Ruppert of Spunkwear says if you gotta wear them, why not look good in them?
"We already had all the fun prints that I designed and people showed some many signs of loving," she said.
Masks are a part of our culture for now, so Sheila added a little fashion to our function. She got more than just a boost in fashion from these masks.
"We see this as saving us honestly and in addition to that it’s providing something people are needing to wear to be compliant," she explained.
One of the biggest complaints about masks are they are hard to breathe through. Here they use a fabric that is easy to breathe through and to put on quite easily.
-By Don Harrison