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Wedding guests want to know your mask policy before they RSVP

Good communication is essential for a successful marriage. It’s also essential for most wedding guests as COVID-19 continues to spread.

More than 70% of wedding guests said they want to receive health and safety details before they RSVP, according to wedding planning website The Knot.

The Knot released the findings Tuesday as part of its 2020 Wedding Guest Study. The website found that 35% of couples with weddings scheduled between September 2020 and January 2021 had postponed their reception, while 58% were not changing their date but were adding health precautions. In October alone, more than 104,000 weddings with 14.1 million guests were scheduled in the U.S.

Kristen Maxwell Cooper, editor-in-chief of The Knot, said that couples “have been incredibly creative” in the ways they’ve communicated with guests about health, such as by making social media videos and offering color-coded bracelets for guests to show their comfort levels with in-person

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PrettyLittleThing’s new bodycon dress, with attached face mask, sells out after English model wears it

Well, if it encourages people to wear masks, why not?

PrettyLittleThing, an online retailer based in Manchester, England, has debuted a new figure-hugging bodycon dress which comes complete with an attached face covering — and it’s already sold out online.

Sales of the long-sleeve dress — the top of which closely resembles a turtleneck with ear straps — were reportedly spurred after English model Lottie Moss, the half-sister of supermodel Kate Moss, was spotted wearing the frock in London, The New York Post reports.

The item has since been restocked at PrettyLittleThing, although the site now notes that it’s again “selling out” as of Wednesday morning.

BIKINI MODEL PRAISES PRETTYLITTLETHING FOR NOT AIRBRUSHING BIRTHMARK FROM PIC

“This dress is perfect for those nights with the dolls,” reads a description of the item. “Featuring a black jersey material with long sleeves, a figure-hugging fit and a mask detail. Style this with

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Women do better at mask wearing and other measures to stop spread of Covid-19

Wearing a mask, social distancing and washing hands regularly are the best ways we have to stop the spread of Covid-19.



NEW YORK, NEW YORK - SEPTEMBER 09:A woman sanitizes her hands at the mall at Hudson Yards on the first day of the reopening of malls to the public for shopping since the outbreak of COVID-19 in mid-March on September 09, 2020 in New York City. New York City, which has seen a sharp drop in the numbers of COVID-19 cases over the last month, is gradually lifting restrictions on shopping, casinos, and restaurants but with strict safety measures including enforcement of face coverings and social distancing. (Photo by Spencer Platt/Getty Images)


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NEW YORK, NEW YORK – SEPTEMBER 09:A woman sanitizes her hands at the mall at Hudson Yards on the first day of the reopening of malls to the public for shopping since the outbreak of COVID-19 in mid-March on September 09, 2020 in New York City. New York City, which has seen a sharp drop in the numbers of COVID-19 cases over the last month, is gradually lifting restrictions on shopping, casinos, and restaurants but with strict safety measures including enforcement of face coverings and social distancing. (Photo by Spencer Platt/Getty Images)

But when it comes to these crucial habits, it appears that women are more likely to be following these steps to a greater degree than men, according to a new study.

To

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Faces meet fashion in New Yorkers’ mask choices

NEW YORK (AP) — New Yorkers have increasingly embraced the wearing of masks to slow the spread of coronavirus since the pandemic began earlier this year. With no end in sight, many have moved beyond the standard surgical mask and are choosing to express themselves with more fashionable colors, patterns, flags and messages.

Children arrive for the first day of school, wearing masks covered with hearts, books, watermelons and musical notes. A school aide has a row of crayons across her mask, a welcoming design for nervous kindergarteners.

On Madison Avenue, a woman wearing a matching designer mask and scarf strides briskly past high-end clothing stores. And behind her, another sports a mask with skulls.


In Harlem, Hana Teferi steps out of a store wearing a gold, black and silver mask made in Ethiopia that she wears to honor her Ethiopian family. And actor Fredric Michaels wears a kente cloth

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AP PHOTOS: Faces meet fashion in New Yorkers’ mask choices

NEW YORK — New Yorkers have increasingly embraced the wearing of masks to slow the spread of coronavirus since the pandemic began earlier this year. With no end in sight, many have moved beyond the standard surgical mask and are choosing to express themselves with more fashionable colors, patterns, flags and messages.

Children arrive for the first day of school, wearing masks covered with hearts, books, watermelons and musical notes. A school aide has a row of crayons across her mask, a welcoming design for nervous kindergarteners.

On Madison Avenue, a woman wearing a matching designer mask and scarf strides briskly past high-end clothing stores. And behind her, another sports a mask with skulls.

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‘Might As Well Carry a Purse With That Mask, Joe’ Is the Best Style Advice of the Season



a man wearing a suit and sunglasses: Tomi Lahren, top contender for the WOAT for the whole world, made a dumb joke about Joe Biden carrying a purse to go with his mask. It's—shockingly—good advice.


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Tomi Lahren, top contender for the WOAT for the whole world, made a dumb joke about Joe Biden carrying a purse to go with his mask. It’s—shockingly—good advice.

Last night, the Biden team released a three-second clip effectively castigating the President for his refusal to embrace the idea of wearing a mask in public. And if your day was somehow off to a solid start, my apologies, man. Because right-wing professional troll Toni Lauren—no, wait, is it Torrence Larpen? Turgid Largeham? Tomi Lahren?—has taken to Twitter yet again to weigh in, and I can already hear you groaning involuntarily from all the way over here.

Since the onset of the pandemic, Trump has repeatedly downplayed the risks of the virus, mocking those around him for wearing a mask and cultivating a dangerously ill-informed environment that extends far beyond the Oval Office by blithely encouraging his constituents to

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Maisie Williams Wears Pink Mask Sitting Front Row at Chloe Fashion Show

Thu, 01 October 2020 at 7:09 pm

Maisie Williams Wears Pink Mask Sitting Front Row at Chloe Fashion Show

Maisie Williams is taking Paris Fashion Week by storm!

The 23-year-old Game of Thrones actress stepped out for the Chloe Chloe Womenswear Spring/Summer 2021 Fashion Show on Thursday afternoon (October 1) in Paris, France.

PHOTOS: Check out the latest pics of Maisie Williams

Maisie stayed safe in a pink face mask paired with navy and white sweater, light beige trousers, and brown boots as she sat front row at the fashion show.

Earlier this week, Maisie and boyfriend Reuben Selby coordinated outfits while attending the Dior Fashion Show together.

Last month, Maisie and her boyfriend walked the red carpet together while stepping out for the Monte-Carlo Gala For Planetary Health in Monte-Carlo.

During an interview earlier this year, Maisie talked about falling in love with Reuben!

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Pastor Who Led Maine Superspreader Wedding Must Wear Mask at Son’s Nuptials, N.H. Church Says

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The pastor who officiated the Maine wedding that turned into a COVID-19 superspreader event linked to at least eight deaths will be required to wear a mask when he is at his son’s nuptials at a New Hampshire church later this month, a church official said.

Rev. Todd Bell, a pastor at Calvary Baptist Church in Sanford, Maine, led the Aug. 7 wedding ceremony at a nearby church, and the 65 attendees were in violation of the state’s COVID-19 restrictions on crowd size and its mask mandate. The ceremony, along with the subsequent reception at Big Moose Inn, has now been linked to at least 180 infections and eight deaths, primarily in people at a nearby nursing home who did not attend the wedding.

Bell has ignored social distancing practices and Maine’s mask mandate at his church and encouraged his congregation to trust God rather than the

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Pastor linked to superspreader wedding in Maine told to wear mask at son’s marriage

A Maine pastor who presided over a wedding-turned-superspreader event that has been linked to at least eight Covid-19 deaths and over a hundred more infections will be taking part in another wedding next month — his son’s.

The Rev. Todd Bell’s son is tying the knot on Oct. 17 across the state line at the South Church in Portsmouth, New Hampshire, the church confirmed.

And if Bell refuses to wear a mask at this ceremony, he could get the boot.

“I hope Pastor Bell will wear a mask,” church official Jennifer Leyden told The Maine Monitor. “To ask another person of faith to leave is an incredibly hard thing. But unfortunately, I have to be a hard-ass. If you’re not wearing a mask, you’re not coming in.”

Pastor Todd Bell, of the Calvary Baptist Church in Sanford, Maine, is shown in Alfred, Maine on Jan. 19, 2017.Tammy Wells /
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Jill Zarin and daughter Ally Shapiro launch new ‘mask jewelry’

Jill Zarin and daughter Ally Shapiro’s face mask line is getting a new look.

Masks By Jill & Ally’s Candy Collection, a range of colorful, playful mask necklaces priced at $18 each, launched on Tuesday.

“Masks are a scary thing,” Shapiro recently told Page Six Style, adding, “It’s not something fun and now it’s a part of everyday life, so why not make it fun?”

Shapiro also teamed up with Summer Strings founder Charlotte Alden to supply handmade mask chains in new fall colors, due to launch in the coming weeks.

Of their collaboration, Alden told us she’s “grateful” for the opportunity to work with Shapiro and is “really excited” for the second launch together. They dropped their first collab earlier this month.

As Page Six Style previously reported, Shapiro began hand-dyeing masks to help raise money for their COVID-19 initiative to feed healthcare workers called “Noshes for Nurses.”

With

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