Even though the messaging around mask-wearing was a bit confusing at the beginning of this pandemic (mostly because authorities were concerned about shortages for healthcare workers who needed them the most) it should be clear to everyone at this point that it’s the responsible thing to do. The Center for Disease Control recommends that people wear fabric face coverings in public settings, especially when maintaining social distancing measures is difficult, like on a crowded sidewalk or in a busy grocery store. While it can’t guarantee protection from COVID-19, the more people use them, the more likely we are to stop the spread. In addition to continuing to socially distance and stay at home as much as we can, it’s one of the simplest things we can all do to protect each other—especially our most vulnerable friends, family members and neighbors. Last week, Tory Burch started a social media challenge to encourage people to #WearaDamnMask, and since then, tens of thousands of people have posted selfies using the hashtag. So why not ditch the disposable paper for something a bit more stylish and environmentally friendly? Here, we’ve rounded up 16 options from independent designers around the country, made using deadstock or past-season fabrics. Additionally, many are also donating a portion of proceeds to healthcare workers or nonprofits dedicated to racial justice efforts.