If you’re a One Woman Shop regular, you know we’re huge fans of the WordPress platform for running your website and blog. In the past, we’ve run special highlights for some of our favorite WordPress themes for female entrepreneurs and bloggers – like BluChic’s feminine themes and Angie Makes’ ladylike templates. But, knowing it can be cumbersome to search through the wealth of templates out there, we decided to make it easy for you by spotlighting a few fantastic sources of both free and premium feminine WordPress themes in one place. Happy template shopping to you!
As always, BluChic tops our list because we have yet to find a flaw in their sleek designs. There’s a theme for nearly everything: from beauty and fashion blogging, to career coaching, to editorial websites. What’s more, we adore BluChic’s “bundles” including business card and social media design, as well as a newsletter template. Could they make it any easier?
It doesn’t get much girlier than what Angie Makes. And we love it. Her signature themes are adorned with accents like lace, pastels, and watercolors, but the tech side of things is anything but dainty. All her themes, priced at $70 each, are fully responsive, meaning they smartly resize to whatever device the site is being viewed on. With theme names like Anna Grace, The Lucy Lou, and Gracie Girl, it’s hard not to fall in love.
Lauren’s mission at Restored316 is to help other women like herself start a successful business and/or blog by giving them an exceptional, quality, and affordable website design. Her set of themes, all created on the Genesis framework and priced at $50, are clean, simple, and incredibly easy on the eyes. Check out some of our favorites you’ll find in her shop: Tasteful, Amplify, and Lovely.
Both the name Beautiful Dawn and the names of all of her themes instantly communicate the vibe that Tiffany is going for. We’ll give you a few examples of titles: Sweet Home, Everyday Style, Simplicity, and Serenity. We keep calmer just hearing them! And speaking of calm, you can pay a $25 fee for theme installation help from Tiffany. Score.
17th Avenue Designs
Kate’s own website is pink, black, and gold — did you really think we would be able to resist her themes? In The Shop, you’ll find $49 premium themes, like Uptown, a bunch of more economical $35 themes, like Hepburn, and a $69 Classic WordPress Package. Also, bonus points to Kate for making e-commerce integration easy!
A Prettier Web
Unfortunately, Mel Karlik of A Prettier Web only has one WordPress theme available for purchase (as of right now, at least). If you’re a #girlboss, you’ll love the name of her theme — Boss Lady. In her words: “…entrepreneurs are savvy online. I know you need to grow your mailing list, capture leads and ultimately sell your product or service.” So, she designed a template that addresses those needs.
The name of this shop is a pretty darn good indicator of the kind of WordPress themes you’ll find there — geometric-shaped accents, sprinkle designs, and glittery adornments. And the creator of these adorable themes? Her name is Cristina — which at least half of the One Woman Shop thinks is lovely, indeed 🙂
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