Allure Themes Launches New Theme Shop Featuring WordPress Themes for Women

We’d like to introduce you to a brand new WordPress theme store with themes designed specifically for women. If you’re in the market for a pretty, clean, pixel-perfect WordPress theme, then Allure Themes should be the first website you visit.

I was particularly impressed with the attention to detail on the individual theme pages, especially the sidebar color schemes, courtesy of the COLOURlovers.com color palettes.

Each theme comes ready to rock with features that make posting easier:

  • Post thumbnails
  • Easy-to-use custom navigation
  • Related posts with thumbnails
  • Author profile boxes
  • Analytics integration
  • Special widgets for things like Twitter, Youtube and email subscription boxes

Those are just a few highlights. Whether you’re looking for soft, muted color schemes or bright, spunky colors, Allure Themes has designs for any female blogger.

Allure Themes is a collaborative effort between Lisa Sabin-Wilson, author of WordPress For Dummies, and the crew at iThemes.com. This team has years of WordPress expertise under their belts and you can trust that their themes are of the highest quality and up to the latest standards.

Allure Themes memberships include access to all themes, upgrades, new themes, theme documentation, unlimited theme use licensing, and access to their support forums. If you join at the “Allure Insider” membership level, you’ll actually receive a copy of Lisa Sabin-Wilson’s latest book, WordPress All-in-One for Dummies as a gift.

For more information on how Allure themes came into existence, check out the official announcement on their blog. We’re excited to see what the future holds for this new WordPress theme shop. Follow @AllureThemes on Twitter for all the latest updates.

Comments (4)

  1. Sarah! Thanks for the post about Allure – really appreciated.

    Colorlovers is one of my favorite tools of all time for color scheming, and such – - been a fan of that service for years, so working it into Allure was something I really wanted to do to make others aware of their service.

    Cheers!

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