Girly fonts represent text structures, that are feminine, which means the majority of the options below are cursive. They also have a tendency for curls and stylistic devices. These help in accentuating the font’s beauty. These are some fantastic girly fonts that are free to use, sometimes commercially for your next girl power project.
1. Billy Argel Cassandra Font
This font is partial and mainly for personal use. There is a stylistic use of curves noted which extends the letters so they lightly join with the one following each of them in a neat structure. There are also frills below the first letters and above the last letter to accentuate the cursive text.
2. Billy Argel Beautiful People Font
The font is curve but expresses rigidity when it comes to the edges of the words. Letters appear to be slender and straight with symmetrical curvature. The curves extend at the end of every letter to the one after it so the letters form an unbroken chain in the word. Curvatures on the beginning letters of the words are also over emphasized such that the top part of B will be larger than usual.
3. Billy Argel Lemon Jelly Font
The font is quite thinker than the usual cursive girly examples. The curvatures of the letters extend in such a manner they go to the next letter in the sequence of the word. This also forms an unbroken chain in the word. Stylistic devices are emphasized for the initial letters of words.
4. Billy Argel Black Font
The font is bold and typeset which is not typical for girly fonts that are usually frilly and cursive or handwritten. This is a typical bold formal structure, which is reminiscent of thriller novel titles. The font is also thick and features symmetrical divisions of all of the letters with the exception of the first one. There also shading differences of white within the letters to given an aesthetic feel for the wording.
5. Billy Argel Blessed Day Font
This is a slanted cursive font for personal use. It is handwritten, and it entails a lot of curvature in the letters in a stylistic manner. There are embellishments on the first and last letters of the words in the form of extra curves and overemphasis on sizing. The letters are also linked to each other from the second to the last of each word.
6. October Twilight Font
The font can sometimes be utilized for bullet journals but is for personal use and has a number of feminine traits. This includes the cursive nature of the letters, which are connected to each other to form an unbroken line from the second letter to the last. The first letters of the words may also have various frills such as extra curls.
7. Billy Argel Beauty Mountains Font
The font is handwritten and for personal use. The letters have frills around the edges. The letters are also connected from the second to the last letters due to the styling of the curves. The words are also thinly underlined and are slightly elongated to emphasize the cursive nature of the text.
8. Quite Magical Font
The text is stylistically bold and illustrates a few feminine characteristics. There is an edge of simplicity to the font, which is shown by the spacing between the letters. It is as if each letter is drawn as an independent entity. The font would work well as a header for letter formats and journals. It also exhibits a dated look considering the manner of the letters such as Q and G.
9. Billy Argel Quick Kiss Font
The font is thin, cursive and handwritten for personal use. The letters are stylistically done with curves that link each letter to the next. There is some emphasis on the size of the initial letters of the words using this font, as they are much larger than the rest of the letters.
10. Blow Up Font
This is handwritten cursive font for personal use. It entails more frills than the common girly font. This is considering the shading, which is done on the periphery of first and last letters of words. The letters within the words are also connected to form an unbroken chain from the second letter to the last. The first letters of the words are also large.
11. Bigger Love Demo Regular Font
This is a cursive font for personal use. The profile of the letters is a bit large and there is standard spacing between the letters. The letters at the start of the words, which are capitalized, are quite large. The curvature of the letters is moderate and there is a simplistic air to the structure of the letters.
12. Billy Argel Calligraphy Font
This is a cursive font for personal use. The letters are slanted and thick which creates an artistic feel to the font. It is feminine as far as it would seem to relate to leather jackets and rock music. The letters seem drawn using marker, as the pillars of the letters are thick while the horizontal edges are very thin. There is a minimal amount of curves.
13. Glamourgirl Font
This is one of the more rare typeset bold fonts, which are still feminine. It is ideal for journal headings considering its attributes seem more like that of a cosmetic magazine title. Each letter has a specific structure that is elegant yet simple and there is standard spacing between the letters. The capitalized and tall letters are relatively high and there is proportional sizing of the others.
14. Beigly Font
This is one of the more unusual fonts. The letters are capitalized with outlines. The interior of the letters is decorated using the same stylistic mode. Lines are symmetrically drawn to a corner or mid-point, which would create the impression of a small vortex.
15. Bonbon Font
This is a curvaceous personal font. The structure employs the same amount of curves for each letter from the first to the last. Some of the letters have an allowance for flower frills inside them or even hearts and stars.
16. Chasing Hearts Font
It is a simplistic personal font. Every letters looks as if it were drawn individually despite the moderately cursive styling. The I’s are dotted with hearts as well. There is moderate use of curvature and the spacing between the letters is not standard.
17. Coming Soon Regular Font
This font is rather large. There are not a lot of frills or feminine traits to the structure. It is handwritten but there is almost zero curvature to the lettering. It is almost as if it is a thin form of handwritten bold. There is also regular spacing between the letters. It is quite simple to imitate.
18. Southhampton Font
This is a truly personalized cursive girly font. The first letters in the word of a sentence are large and over emphasized curves. The rest of the letters are quite small but connected to each other. The tall letters have the same height as the first capitalized ones, which create the impression of contrasts. Letters, which droop like F and P also, do so as significantly as the tall ones. There is an elegant feel to the font, which would be excellent for letter writing.
19. Billy Argel Atlantida Font
It is a bold rigid tall font. It is not the typical girly font considering the lack of femininity. It relates more to novel headings and bullet journals. It is also typeset and every letter has the same characteristics, which is on height and shading. The letters are quite tall and bold.
20. Allessa Font
This is a personal handwritten cursive font. The first and last letters of the words over emphasize on the curls to aid in the aesthetic nature of the text. The letters also increase their curves to connect with the next letter in a chain from the second to the last letter. It is also slightly thick, with no frills and seems appropriate for journals.
21. Cutie Patootie Font
This is a typical girly font considering the apparent ease it can be used. It utilizes simplistic structures in the manner of the design of the letters. The letters are also tall and there is a slight use of curvature but the letters are not connected. There are frills search as hearts between the words but there is not much else in the manner of frills to describe.
22. Hastagirl One Demo Regular Font
The style is quite interesting considering there is varying thickness of the letters. It has thick vertical lines and sharp, thin horizontal and diagonal lines, which are reminiscent of marker or ink penmanship. There are a number of curves used in the lettering and these are used to bring out a stylistic edge. It is more half hazard than elegant and the letters are connected by the slighted brush.
23. Billy Argel Campus Font
This is another block-typeset font, which is hardly feminine and reminiscent of a bullet journal. It has varying shading spots within the letters, which function as aesthetic attributes for the font. The letters are all upper case and they are the same size. It seems a bit rigid except for the varying shading illustrated.
24. Chocolate Dealer Font
The font is thick, personal and handwritten. The letters are so thick they almost take on a three dimensional edge. There is moderate use of curves and curls but the letters are not slightly chained to each other as in other cursive fonts. There is slightly white streaks which can be seen on the inside parts of the letters that go along the periphery. They accentuate the idea of what the font is trying to evoke which is that of chocolate.
25. Ambar Pearl Font
The font is a handwritten personal girly alternative. It is on the stronger side of the cursive spectrum considering the amount of curls and curves, which are employed for the lettering. It is functionally readable though the letters follow the structure of Victorian style letter writing. The capitalized letters as well as overemphasized in their stature as compared to the rest of the letters within the word.
26. Wedding Bells Font
The font is typically cursive with a lot of curls and aesthetic curves. The letters are symmetrical and the spacing is regular. They are also connected to each other through the curls. What aids the lettering is probably, their thin nature, which adds to the elegance of the font. There is hardly any frill apart from the curves and curls.
27. Autumn in November Font
The font is cursive and handwritten but the lettering is not symmetrical. There are varying thicknesses of the letters themselves. For example, an A can start thin and then end up as thick while a T may have a thick truck but a very thin cross. Each of the letters is also linked to the other from the start to the end of the word. The tall and capitalized letters are also over emphasized above the other smaller letters within the sentences.
28. My Happy Ending Font
The font is handwritten but not cursive. The letters are simplistically set in a block fashion with little to no curves about them. The text is slightly thick and easy to imitate.
29. Billy Argel Beauty Bright Font
This personal handwritten cursive font exudes a lot of girly attributes. There is stylistic use of the capitalized letters, which are not disproportionately larger than the rest of the letters in the word, and there is a moderate amount of curls. There is minimal variation in thickness and a symmetry to the letters.
30. Billy Argel Aurora Font
This font is reminiscent of the technological enthusiast female, or the cosmetic enthusiast. It would be good for a bullet journal in either scenario. The lettering is upper case and they are thin blocks. There spacing between the letters is standard and there is some aesthetic shading within the letters to provide the ambience. It is as though stencil of the block letters was shaded through on paper lying on a vaguely bumpy wall. The result is rough white spaces permeating the black shading, which look like stars.
31. Curely Regular Font
The text is one of the more unique fonts. Each of the letters is capitalized but has some frills. There is some curvature to the letters, which makes the text seem friendly and girly. Some of the letters also have a curl at the end. The letters have irregular thickness and the spacing between them.
32. Daddys Girl Medium Font
The font is simplistic and not cursive. Each letter is a separate structure and the profile is moderately large. They are moderately thin and there is small spacing between the letters. The font does not have a lot of curves but there are some frills, which can be used such as a diamond between the words.
33. Emilys Candy Regular Font
This is a handwritten font, which resembles print. There is symmetrical thickness for most of the letters whereby the vertical strokes are thick but the horizontal ones are sharp. There is limited curvature as if the text, were upper case but it is not entirely. There are some curls at the end of some of the letters. There are a few frills to accentuate the girly nature of the text such as heart shapes as the dots on I's.
34. Evelyn’s Heart Font
The font is another unique alternative. The text is entirely upper case and the letters themselves are entirely formed from small minute hearts, which are then arranged in the form of the words. Of course, this form would have to be printed because it would be painstakingly hard to execute even for header purposes. There is almost no curvature considering the letters are all upper case so that would be the main attribute.
35. First Crush Font
The text is personal and simplistic in its structure. There are no links between the letters but there is some curvature. The letters have curls to accentuate the style of the text as the edges wrap around them. However, the letters are half-hazardly spaced and slightly thick. This is probably to illustrate the notion of a girl coming into her own. There is affinity for femininity but not a lot of attention to detail. The text is also large which is reminiscent of a younger person on the brink of the teen years.