Hanna Andersson Kids Face Masks Are Here & Safety Just Got So Adorable

Confession: Half the reason some of us (ahem, guilty) became parents was so we’d have the excuse to dress our kids in our own hand-me-down 1980s Hanna Andersson pajamas someday. Because, as any fan of the famous Swedish brand can attest, those high-quality cotton knit garments truly stand the test of time. Yes, I’m talking 30+ years, easy; my 4-year-old is currently, dangerously, eating pizza in a Hanna Andersson 1989 original romper, courtesy of yours truly.

And what with the ever-growing list of new and classic children’s clothing retailers launching kid-sized face masks with varying levels of protection and perfect prints, it was only a matter of time before Hanna got in on the game. Finally, they’re here: Hanna Andersson’s first-ever line of face masks for kids, including a sweet bright floral print that is absolutely Hanna-tastic.

“Determined to keep children safe during the COVID-19 pandemic, Hanna Andersson partnered with their factories to produce a selection of colorful cotton face masks for kids ages 3 and up,” the brand told SheKnows over email.

Hanna Andersson kids face mask
Image: Hanna Andersson.

The masks are sustainable — made using Hanna Andersson’s leftover material from all those adorable dresses and pajamas and the like — and they’re made to be super comfortable, with soft elastic straps. You can even insert a filter for extra protection.

These little beauties come in packs of 2 for $10 each and are now available for preorder. Keeping kids safe and healthy has never looked so fun or fashionable — or so fika-ready.

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For more Hanna goodness, here are the best kids PJs they’ll want to wear day and night (because in quarantine, they can!)

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