The 10 Best Divi Child Themes Using Feminine Aesthetics
There is a category of independent themes and Divi child themes which are developed with female entrepreneurs in mind. That is not to say that if you’re a girl, you can only use those themes! A theme is a tool which you can use to attract more visitors and promote your content or products.
Themes which use the so-called female aesthetics have a task of projecting a delicate, feminine ambience. They can be used by any business or individual who wants to build their brand and connect to their readers or customers by means of this aesthetics.
Here are the feminine Divi child themes we liked best!
This elegant one-page premium Divi child theme is dedicated to “Lady Bosses”. It includes many modules, as well as multi-page assets, such as Blog and Gallery pages. Minimalist with its black-and-grey color theme and a quirky polka-dot background, it is also engaging with the subtle use of the parallax scrolling effect and custom “surprise” navigation.
Girly brought to you by Divi Lover is not your typical female child theme. It’s professional and cute, with a touch of glamour added by glittery highlights. The design is very thoughtful. Girly features beautiful hover effects, fancy preloaders, custom blog styles, and a pre-designed sales page aiming for success. It is perfect for blogging and for business.
Emerie is a coolly elegant, versatile Divi child theme. It’s dedicated to professional services, such as wedding planners and female bloggers. It is strongly focused on the visual, with a homepage allowing for displaying high-quality photos using the parallax effect. The child theme includes a few page templates perfect for building a full professional website, as well as a custom menu and a free logo.
Southern is elegant in the minimalist, underwhelming kind of way. Beautiful font, uncluttered design, and page templates including a landing page and three post layouts: these features make for a versatile, chic theme. A static menu is a definite advantage of this Divi child theme.
Beauty is a simple and very pink Divi child theme designed for a beauty salon or a spa. We have singled it out also because it is very affordable. The theme’s colors create a candy-like ambience, leaving no doubts as to the website’s character. The fixed menu header helps to navigate the site. The theme includes a blog page and a module for displaying services and prices.
Blogeratti is a beautiful, elegant theme dedicated to female bloggers and entrepreneurs, particularly to those who sell courses online. The main colors are dusty rose, white, and grey, making for a professional, pleasant look. The theme includes custom pop-up windows and an attractive blog post page. The custom header, simple and conveniently sized, appears consistently on all pages.
Ah, finally a female child theme with floral patterns! Blush is another theme using the chic dusty rose color, and it includes hand-drawn floral elements. Check out the discreet and fun back-to-top button in the shape of a rose! The simple font and clear, well-organized design give it a professional and coolly elegant appearance. The Divi child theme includes a social media sidebar widget, custom blog layouts, and archive and search pages.
Lila is stylish, modern, and filled with graceful movement. It’s a completely unique WordPress Extra child theme designed for bloggers who want to strongly focus on the visual. The homepage uses the parallax scrolling effect to establish a fixed background over which selected blog posts with pictures will scroll. Widgets include a video module. There is also a simple subscription optin form.
Jasmine is another Divi child theme for bloggers. It is especially strong on the social sharing features, allowing users to share every blog post across many types of social media. It is quite simple, clean, and largely focused on images. The beautiful floral pattern looks fresh and inviting.
This child theme has been designed for artists who want to showcase their visual works. The portfolio page allows for choosing how to display the gallery, and the options are lightbox, slider, and full-width gallery. The fixed menu header is a practical touch, and the various social media options in the footer help the designer connect with their clients and fans.
This theme is not a Divi child theme. It’s a bonus to show that feminine aesthetics doesn’t have to be all pink and flowers – it can also be dark and brooding. Marjetka is a theme predominantly for bloggers, and it offers eight different layouts, including “Dark Skin”. The theme’s highlights include a slider showcasing selected blog posts and a video widget.
As you can see, themes categorized as “feminine” can be shockingly different. We’ve seen a minimalist polka-dot background, glamorous highlights, elegant and subtle designs, and a lot of flowers. Simple themes, versatile themes, and advanced multi-faceted themes.
Which one would you pick for yourself?
Edyta, also known as Englishwriterka, is a Copywriter and a Creative Writer. She takes pride in creating the textual identity of Polish brands abroad. In her free time, she is writing a Young Adult novel in English and taking care of her family, which has now four members, including a puppy. She is Silesian, lives in Poland, writes in English, and loves all things Korean. The world is her mollusk.
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