Last updated 4th November 2019.
Of all the tasks involved in starting a blog, choosing a wordpress theme is the most fun.
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Until it gets overwhelming!
Many new bloggers find themselves spending the first few weeks of their blogging life switching themes and still not having the exact look and feel not to talk about functionality they want.
With my first blog, I used 5 themes before giving up on changing themes! (Truth: It’s waaaaaay more than that number). So don’t feel alone, you are not.
With this post, I aim to eliminate that overwhelm.
Read on to learn how to actually choose a theme that you’ll not just love, but that will showcase you and your work in the best way possible.
I’ve also included the 10 best feminine wordpress themes for different purposes.
What you’ll learn
Let’s get right to it!
How To Choose A WordPress Theme
Choosing a theme may seem pretty straightforward but there’s a lot of thought that should go into getting the ideal one.
Like with starting a blog and choosing a niche, the blog theme you use should depend on what you plan to do with your blog. You’ll find that it’s easier to run a blog with a theme that not just satisfies your aesthetic tastes but showcases your business in the best way.
So while it may be tempting to look for the prettiest of the pretty feminine wordpress themes available, here are some questions you should definitely ask before you buy!
Best Feminine WordPress Theme Store
Bluchic is hands down my favorite girly themes store. They create premium wordpress themes that don’t sacrifice functionality for cute designs. It was really hard to decide which Bluchic themes to leave in here and which to remove… All they make is feminine themes for wordpress!
One thing I really love about them is that their themes are conversion focused so if building a list is important to you, Bluchic themes are really great for it. They are constantly adding new themes which tells me that they care about their brand + Kathie is a really nice person and replies to my emails herself!
But Bluchic themes cost around $79 so if you don’t have a big budget, Code and Coconut has some great looking yet cheap feminine wordpress themes (they run on the genesis framework though).
More still? You can find loads of beautiful wordpress themes on Creative Market. The feminine wordpress themes on there are also available for almost any budget.