The best feminine WordPress themes

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Need a beautiful WordPress theme for your blog?

With no coding required, WordPress themes have been one of the simpler parts of blogging for a technophobe like me. You just find a theme, install and activate it, and then start using it!

But picking a theme that looks good and works well can be difficult.

In fact when I first started, I spent over $100 on a theme…That I couldn’t figure out how to use, so I ended up buying a different one and not using that theme anyway. It was a complete waste of money, and I really wish I had done my research and not just bought a theme straight away.

So this post is a list of gorgeous feminine WordPress themes, that look good and are easy to use!

PLEASE NOTE: These themes only work on This means that for these themes to work, you need to have your own self hosted blog.

But you can have your own self hosted blog for less than $4 a month. Just check out my ultimate start a blog guide to have your own blog up and running in less than an hour!

10 best feminine WordPress themes


Bluchic has been absolutely amazing for helping my blog look professional.

They create a variety of different blogging resources; they don’t just do feminine WordPress themes, but also Canva templates, opt in pages, tripwire pages and more.

(If you want to see some of their products in action, check out my sales page for The Viral Pin Guide; I used their landing page templates to build it, and even though I CANNOT do coding I think it turned out pretty good!).

However, I’d say they are most well known for their WordPress themes.

They’re well made, look amazing, and are easy to install and use thanks to their thorough documentation (they include step-by-step videos for each individual theme and each part to using the theme. They’ve clearly made their themes with people like me in mind!).

Below are some of my favourite Bluchic themes:

CHICSERVE by Bluchic

Chicserve is made for female-owned service-based businesses. 

It includes a page to showcase your work, services and portfolio, so it’s great if you need to create a website to offer services to clients!

This is actually the theme I use when I have set up blogs for subscribers in the past; even though it is made for service based bloggers, you can actually remove the added features for this purpose and just use it for a typical blog if you wish!

You can check out the ChicServe theme here

CHICSHOP by Bluchic

Similar to ChicServe, ChicShop can be used by “normal” bloggers, but has been made with product-based business owners in mind. 

ChicShop has a product page included in the theme, designed to highlight your product’s best features, turning your visitors into paying customers with ease. 

Even if you don’t have any products to sell, you can still use this theme just to share your blog posts.

(Or you know, one day you might actually sell your own products. I didn’t think I would when I first started blogging, but now I have my own Pinterest marketing guide and templates!).

You can see the ChicShop theme here


If you’re certain you never want to offer services or sell products, Bluchic also have a line of classic WordPress themes.

These are some of my favourite feminine WordPress themes by them below:


Victoria is a gorgeous, modern WordPress theme that allows you to put your content in an elegant and professional way.

One of the best things about this theme is it has a call to action section at the top under the menu, which helps you get more subscribers!

You can check out the Victoria theme here


The Isabelle theme uses a tidy grid layout to show your posts, and the auto-slider highlights your popular blog posts or categories so visitors see your best content first.

The theme is the perfect, stylish theme for lifestyle bloggers; you can see the Isabelle theme here


Olivie is the perfect lifestyle blog WordPress theme.

It’s been designed with bloggers in mind, and has a newsletter signup section under the top slider (so you can get more email subscribers).

You can see the Olivie theme here


I hope has helped you find a feminine WordPress theme that will make your blog look beautiful.

If it has, please share it!

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And if you haven’t started a blog yet, my only regret is that I didn’t start a blog sooner, so make sure to check out my guide and start a blog today!


6 thoughts on “The best feminine WordPress themes”

  1. Aaahh thank you Emily for introducing me to post grid! I was struggling & trying to figure out how bloggers had their blog posts in grid format, and I thought that it was probable only available on premium themes.

    1. It’s surprising how much you can get from a free theme! I’m about to take the plunge and buy a premium theme mainly because I want to add a shop to my blog and other things, but the free one has been amazing for me.

  2. Fantastic Collection!
    I like to suggest one more great theme for blogs is Bloggers Lite WordPress Theme.
    It is excellent for Bloggers, writers, and authors who want to share their experience with the world. It has five different main menu layouts, homepage with left-right sidebar and other features.
    Check now:

  3. With havin so much content do you ever run into any problems of plagorism or copyright infringement? My website has a lot of completely unique content I’ve either created myself or outsourced but it looks like a lot of it is popping it up all over the internet without my authorization. Do you know any techniques to help stop content from being ripped off? I’d genuinely appreciate it.

    1. Hey Jane! Thanks for your comment.

      YES- I recently found out that someone was copy and pasting all my blog posts onto their own blog! But I followed the steps in this post by Tracie Forbes and eventually the fake site was taken down

      I also recommend using a watermark or your logo on any photographs and visuals you have, so if anyone does use it you have proof it belongs to you if you take legal action.

      I hope this helps 🙂

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