8 Sexy Feminine Blog Themes – The Best WordPress Themes for any Fashion, Beauty, Lifestyle Website

Feminine Blog Themes

In the past few years, we can see a trend towards feminine blogs.

These kinds of websites gain popularity quickly and show some tremendous success.

Just look at some of the latest blog income reports where we can see the dominance of mom blogs, fashion and lifestyle blogs.

The feminine blogs also require a more feminine design to match the content and overall feel.

Greate example of such a blog is what Angela from Stray Curls does in terms of building her website’s content, using her unique illustrations.

Even if you can’t do what she does there, don’t worry. There is a ton of free graphic resources to use in your posts.

But whatever you choose a feminine theme is something you will need to build a solid lifestyle blog.

In this post, we selected the best Feminine blog themes available on the market.

Best Feminine Blog Themes for 2021 – Updated Monthly

The latest (newly added) themes are at the bottom of the list!
The numbering in the list doesn’t represent the rank or quality of the theme. We feature only handpicked feminine themes with the highest quality, style, and functionality.

1. Feminine by MTS

I always suggest the MyThemeShop themes first, because of their lightweight, speed, and SEO optimization.

The feminine theme made no exception. If you want to have a good-looking blog quick and start seeing results, this theme is your best choice.

Just see the speed test results

The theme has 7 homepage layouts to choose from, making it suitable for any type of feminine blog.

2. Tomas and Daisy

What catches the user’s attention immediately is the unique floating header animations. You can put whatever you want in there. Other than that the theme has 7 homepage layouts to choose from.

As the name says you can choose either a Thomas or a Daisy layout, which basically means the theme is also suitable for manly blogs.

3. Bluchic Themes

Bluchic themes are popular WordPress feminine blog themes designed for any female entrepreneur.

The thems are simple yet beautiful and easy to set up. You get quality support with your purchase and easy to apply step-by-step videos to get you started using your new theme.

3.1 ChicBloom

ChicBloom is part of the Bluchic family of feminine themes (See number 4).

This theme is special in lots of ways. First, it’s the best and newest theme from Bluchic, but that’s not all.

On the technical side, it comes with Elementor page builder and easy-to-customize pages. The more interesting part is the marketing options called ChicBloom Collection.

For an additional price, you can get those add-ons, that will give you an extra edge in the marketing game.

  • ChicBloom Sales Funnel Templates Kit – this will provide you with easy to setup sales pages, landing pages, tripwire page, opt-in pages and more.
  • ChicBloom Add-On Templates Kit – this add-on ads a podcast page, Shop page (not WooCommerce), Resources / favorite tools page, Affiliate program, Instagram “Link in bio” page.

4. MagPlus – Girly Pro

MagPlus is a powerful magazine WordPress theme, compatible with the top page builders – Elementor and WP Bakery.

The Girly Pro is one of the 40+ templates you can easily install with just a few clicks.

The theme has 12+ header layout styles and more than 25 article styles to choose from. What really stands out in this theme is the article features that can be seen in very few themes. Sticky video, related articles bar just to name a few.

5. Foodica Pro

Foodica Pro is aimed at food bloggers, but it can easily fit any feminine blog.

The theme offers some cool features like the Recipe card box, that supports schema.org recipe structured data. This plugin alone will cost you $59 and with Foodica Pro you get it for free with your theme purchase.

Foodica Pro is a great theme for any blog that will rely on organic traffic. Another SEO feature is the post last updated date, which comes built it and there is no need to use a third-party plugin.

It is also very affiliate posts friendly. It has a disclosure statement, that shows fluently any disclosures you want to include, without making them too obvious and harming the user experience.

6. Angie Makes Themes

Angie Makes is all about WordPress feminine blog themes. That’s what she does best.

I can’t feature one over the others, because all themes have a unique feminine vibe.

7. Tribe – Feminine Coach WordPress Theme

Tribe has vibrant feminine colors and a unique author bio section. You get a clean-looking, stylish WordPress theme with some useful plugins packed in, like the Instagram Feed and Revolution slider.

8. LaFeminite

Let’s see what is special in this new, fresh off the oven feminine blog theme.

First, we’ll point the basics, which are as follows:

  • Page Builder – Yes (Elementor)
  • Web shop ready- Yes (WooCommerce)
  • Suitable for – Influencers, fashion bloggers, food bloggers, travel bloggers, lifestyle bloggers
  • Ready to use demos – 3
  • Custom typography – Yes (font from demo – Herr Von Muellerhoff)

We can not the sticky table of contents widget in the post sidebar

Of course, you have to check the live demo to see it in action, but this screenshot gives a general perspective of one of the post styles available for your article pages.

Know the Difference – Feminine Blog Themes and Regular once

Some themes out there might look feminine at a first look. Don’t mistake the girly graphics, the pink pictures, and buttons for something special.

What we offer in this post are really detailed and well-made premium feminine blog themes. It’s in the details! The menus, headers, the tiny details (separators, blockquotes, blog kits, custom elements).

Aim for simplicity and don’t over exaggerate the girly feel.

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Bo
I'm Bo, and I've been creating websites with WordPress for 15 years. I was lazy to learn how to code, so I mastered the art of making quality web projects without coding skills. I started WPctrl.com with the idea to share my knowledge and personal experience, and suggest better alternatives to you.