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Fashion is a popular topic online. There are many types of websites devoted to fashion – from magazines to stores to blogs and everything in between. Fashion websites need great design. In fact, they thrive on great design. Fortunately Divi is an excellent choice for building fashion websites. In this article we’ll take a look at 10 Divi child themes for fashion websites.
Since the fashion industry covers a lot of topics it’s a good idea to niche down just a little rather than being too general. These child themes focus on different aspects and needs in the fashion industry. Some of the of the themes focus on blogging while others focus on selling products. No matter what your needs, these child themes are sure to have something that works for you. The child themes are in no specific order.
1. Aspen Clothing Co
Aspen Clothing Co was designed for retailors and has WooCommerce integration. The homepage displays a full-screen image with tagline and a full-screen menu, a single-column section for information, a full-screen slider, company logos, testimonials, a shop CTA, and styled contact form. Each of the 4 pages include a custom header. The shop page displays products in two columns while the blog displays posts in a single-column layout.
Price: $35 | More Information
Stylist was designed with understated elegance in mind. It comes with an abundance of styled elements and includes 10 layouts and elegant typography. The homepage displays a full-screen slider, a welcome section with button, numbered section with alternating images, a styled blog section, and integrated Instagram feed. The pages and sidebars are styled to match, making this a great choice for a fashion blog or designer with portfolio.
Price: $164.89 | More Information
3. Fashion Blogger
Fashion Blogger was designed with makeup artists, fashion bloggers, and Youtubers in mind. It comes with 4 pages including the homepage, About, Blog, and Contact. The homepage displays a full-width image with a link to the blog, an about section in two columns, categories with slanted images, and a subscribe CTA over a full-screen background in parallax. The fonts and colors perfectly match the fashion theme.
Price: Free | More Information
4. Forget Me Not
Forget Me Not is an eCommerce child theme that was designed specifically for the clothing boutique industry. It comes with over 10 page layouts including a shop and supporting eCommerce pages, 404 page, and login page. It has WooCommerce integration and includes more than 30 sample products to help you get started. It includes elegant image animations and customizable sticky notice bars. It’s the perfect choice for any clothing store.
Price: $139 | More Information
5. Beauty Divi Child
Beauty Divi Child was designed for beauty and wedding services and is a great choice for a salon or spa. It comes with 7 page layouts with a pink color scheme. The homepage displays a full-screen image with CTA followed by services displayed with icons in four columns. Show photos of the salon or spa in the styled gallery, display services and prices in tabs with an appointment CTA, and testimonials in the full-width section with overlay. It also includes a styled blog section and full-width appointment CTA.
Price: $19 | More Information
Estilista was designed for beauty, cosmetology, and hair and make-up artists and is a great choice for stylists and salons. It has WooCommerce integration, a front-end appointment page with back-end management, and custom hover effects. It has 12 pages and custom blog styling. The styled services section displays each service with an icon and label, and the same styling is used for testimonials. The menu has rotating animation and a CTA.
Price: $50 | More Information
7. Alma Oeste
Alma Oeste is a fashion child theme with a vintage 1950’s design. It uses black and white background images and several image gallery layouts, making it a good choice for fashion bloggers. The image gallery layouts include full-screen, grid, tiled, and an interesting diamond design – all made to highlight your images and make them stand out. All of the pages follow the same styling, placing the content within styled boxes over a background pattern. The menu uses vertical navigation.
Price: $49 | More Information
Rosemary has a feminine design that works great for fashion bloggers. It has 6 pages including variations. It includes two styled blog pages and also has WooCommerce integration and a styled shop page to sell products from your own store. Two different home pages are provided so you can choose between a blog layout with or without a post slider. The pages also include styled email opt-in and social follow sections as well as an integrated Instagram feed.
Price: $65 | More Information
Malina is a minimalist theme with soft colors that’s perfect for fashion bloggers. It comes with 15 layouts, WooCommerce integration, an Instagram feed, and lots of styled modules. Pages include a homepage with elegant design that highlights your pages and categories, 3 blog layouts, 3 elegant blog styles, sidebar styling, Shop, About, and Contact. Social buttons are placed above the logo.
Price: $65 | More Information
Fashion is a one-page child theme with a color pallet that’s perfect for showcasing products and services for men. It displays a full-screen image followed by product categories with images. Display your services in an overlay in parallax and in styled blurbs. An about section shows your information over a full-screen image in parallax. Styled modules include sliders, toggles, counters, and a gallery. A custom footer displays hours of operation, making it a great choice for a brick and mortal clothing store.
Price: $35 | More Information
There are a lot of good options on this list that can easily cover a wide range of needs in the fashion industry. No matter what kind of fashion website you want to create, these 10 Divi childe themes for fashion websites are sure to have something to fit your needs.
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