Best Feminine WordPress Themes

Female entrepreneurs now have lots of choices to choose stylish feminine WordPress Themes. But it's not always easy to know which one to choose.

And while I think that you can wait a little bit to pay for a theme when you start your blog,  if you're planning to sell your products or offer your services from the start,  having an attractively designed WordPress theme will help you make a great impression and increase conversions.

So check out this blog post for some of the most beautiful WordPress Themes for female entrepreneurs this year.


Best Feminine WordPress Themes

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I've been looking around for Feminine WordPress Themes for a while and I've put some of my favourites here.

I have selected the themes based on the way they look, their ease of use, and their versatility. So you can find one that you can adapt to your website, no matter the niche. And they're all mobile responsive as well.

They vary in price but I think you'll agree any of these WordPress Themes will look great on your website. 

Bluchic's WordPress Themes

I'd recommend any of Bluchic's feminine WordPress Themes to beginners and people that don't know how to code or are afraid of breaking their site. They're easily customisable with Elementor. 

Some of Bluchic's themes for female entrepreneurs are also quite economical compared to others because you don't need to buy a framework for them.

This is ideal for ladies that have a service-based business, but if you like the look of it, Bluchic also has the same theme adapted to businesses that sell products and it's called ChicShop.

This theme is very stylish but also easily flexible to meet all your needs and, like all of Bluchic's Themes it is very easy to customise so.

WordPress Themes for Women

I think this theme, also from Bluchic, it's still feminine but not as girly as some of the others, so if you want a cleaner look this one is for you!

Samantha theme

Samantha is also an easy to use Theme from Bluchic and it's ideal if you want to sell retail and digital products using Woocommerce. It has a minimalistic and modern design.

Jaqueline theme

This is ideal for consultants that want a stylish theme to make a great impression on their clients and grow their email list. Also by Bluchic.

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Victoria Theme

Victoria is also a great theme if you want to grow your list, and is also designed to work with Woocommerce, so it will work for you whether you're a blogger, a consultant or want to sell your digital products on your website. Also by Bluchic.

If you're a lifestyle or style blogger, this is a great theme, allowing your to display large images in an above-the-fold slideshow with large images. 

WordPress Themes by Restored 316 Designs

Another great choice for awesome Feminine WordPress Themes is Restored 316 Designs.

I have chosen themes that are Gutenberg optimised, so you know they're going to work with the new editor.

They all require you to use the Genesis Framework, so great for Genesis lovers.  If you use ConvertKit for your email marketing, you'll love that they themes are styled for ConvertKit, so no need to style your forms.

They also come with a custom Instagram page you can use for your Instagram Bio.

Anchor is a great theme for content creators but is also great for food bloggers, with added styling for the Jump to recipe button for WP Recipe maker plugin. 

Great for content creators, bloggers and book authors. With four home page designs and multiple page templates to get your website looking just the way you want. Also works with Woocommerce

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Love how this theme is going to highlight your brand colours. If you are looking for a fun theme, Sprinkle looks fantastic. I think it would look great on a craft blogger's site, don't you? And I love the sticky announcement bar.

This theme looks great for lifestyle bloggers or food bloggers if you're looking for a crisp, clean look. You also have a custom blog page with a few extra options to get your blog looking just the way you want it. It features SEO benefits, ads, and affiliate networks.

You'll love the different layouts and the different ways you can display your blog posts. It's quite a versatile theme and would suit most niches. With flexible widget spaces that will automatically format for you without ever touching a line of code. 

StudioPress WordPress Themes

All StudioPress Themes are mobile responsive and Gutenberg ready. And you can get your Theme and Genesis Framework together. They have a large selection and you'll find themes that are feminine but can still appeal to male readers.

No Sidebar

If you're looking for a minimalist theme, No Sidebar by StudioPress is a simple theme that will work for a book authors or professionals. It doesn't have all the bells and whistles but will do for a clean simple look where the content is the star. 

Gallery Pro is also quite simple and minimalistic. With a winning combination of full-stretch and gallery images as well as beautiful typography. Use the flexible widget areas to to fit your brand.

Revolution is another minimalist Theme that is ideal for Lifestyle bloggers that don't want to go for a girly site.

Built from the base up with blocks so you can customise those modules so it's very flexible and you can modify it easily.

It is also great for an agency or a small businss, and it comes with 5 Home Page examples so you can choose the one your prefer. You can see all 5 in the demo.

This theme is also Woocommerce ready.

WordPress Themes by Pretty Darn Cute

One of the things I like about Pretty Darn Cute's themes is that they have some very different layouts, so if you're looking for something that's a bit more quirky to reflect your personality, that's a designer you want to look up.

The themes are easy to install and use the Genesis Framework. 

Pretty Sweet WordPress Theme

If you want a more quirky theme, Pretty Sweet instantly organizes your content giving it a fresh, fun Pinterest style layout. It's very easy to set up and you can use TWO after post widget areas ideal for gathering email subscriptions

This theme is great if you plan to have monetise your blog with ads, cos it already includes ad space on every single page for you. It also has a featured widget area at the bottom of each page and is eCommerce ready! 

Homepage is custom widgetised. And widgets are highlighted as well, so great for adding CTAs, lead magnets...

I must admit if I were looking for a new theme I'd find it hard to choose from some of these...

And what about you? Which one is your favourite? 

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