It’s no news that the face mask is the number one accessory of the moment. From luxury labels to streetwear mainstays and everyone in between, the face mask has been reshaped, redesigned, and reprinted in just about every way possible at this point. But now that the sun’s back in town, the need for sunglasses throws another, and only-one-year-old, seasonal styling question into the mix.

As always, style reference points are being birthed daily by famous faces. Whether it’s Bella Hadid in a sleek all-black combination or Travis parting crowds in a spring-ready tonal-brown duo, consider us inspired when it comes to face mask and sunglasses combinations.

We took to the internet to round up some of our favorite face mask and sunglasses combo possibilities, laying out three ways that you can approach this fresh spring styling dilemma.

Shop our favorite face mask and sunglasses combinations below.

Tonal Brown

Oakley x HighsnobietySutro Lite
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Travis ScottCactus Jack Face Mask
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Brown fits are having a real moment right now. If you follow Travis Scott on IG, you'll know all about his long-running obsession with the shade. We also saw Tyler, the Creator show how to pull off the look whilst out for lunch with Frank Ocean in New York last month. For now, we'll keep the tonal brown to the face with the Oakley x Highsnobiety Sutro and a mask that comes courtesy of Cactus Jack.

Lens and Face Mask Matching

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Odessa 1919Vintage Inmate Sunglasses
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Mostly Heard Rarely SeenLogo Patch Face Mask
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We'll be honest. We hadn't even considered matching our face mask to the color of our sunglasses lenses until we saw Hailey Biebs doing it this week. Hailey was sporting a pair of orange lens shades by Odessa 1919 alongside a face mask in the same hue. The color-matching didn't stop there, either. Hailey went for the Off-White™ "Out Of Office" in orange at the outfit foundation.

All Black

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evolvetogetherMilan - 7 Face Masks
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Thanks for the inspo, Bella. The Hadid sister was snapped recently in New York as she smashed the sunglasses and face mask styling dilemma with a characteristically cool black-on-black pairing. We've included the Bella-worn pair duo of Vehla Olsen shades and a face mask by evolvetogether — from which proceeds will go to ACLU and One Tree Planted — for you to shop now.

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