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25 neat WordPress blog themes for 2015

11. MyBlog (opens in new tab)

MyBlog is a premium blog theme that is perfect for that discerning person wishing to start a blog or a news site. It has a built-in admin panel, built-in color pickers, and two layout styles that include blog or masonry.

12. Amalie (opens in new tab)

Amalie is a premium WordPress blogging theme based on the 'Twenty Fifteen' WP theme. You get a responsive design, the soliloquy slider, the WooCommerce plugin, and varied page templates.

13. Vixen (opens in new tab)

Vixen is an elegant WordPress blog theme that you either can use as full width or boxed. It is fully responsive, optimized for the search engines, and loads pretty quickly. Its clean and minimal design also comes with five standard post types.

14. Twenties (opens in new tab)

Twenties is a fully responsive premium WordPress blog theme that comes with three color skins. It is SEO optimized, has a masonry grid, has several post formats, and has translation files.

15. Pressman (opens in new tab)

This minimal WordPress Blog theme is loaded with a variety of features including nine post formats, a retina ready and fully responsive design, support for all Google fonts, unlimited color options and two distinct blog layouts.

16. Frida (opens in new tab)

The creators of Frida refer to it as a sweet blog. It has five distinct layout choices, four distinct header options, support for 18 social accounts, and six custom widgets. It is fully responsive and well structured.

17. Magnificent (opens in new tab)

Magnificent is an elegant four-column WordPress blog and magazine theme. It is equipped with five widget ready areas and comes with seven pre-defined colors to suit your needs.

18. Krobs (opens in new tab)

Krobs has a clean and minimalistic design. It has a touch and swipe design with fully responsive background imaging. You can put videos as your backgrounds too. It also includes retina ready icons as well as 600+ Google webfonts.

19. Birch (opens in new tab)

Birch's core strengths are simplicity and flexibility. This clean and responsive WordPress blog comes with over 600 Google fonts, a boxed and full width layout, 23 custom shortcodes, and over 30 different blog layouts. It is also HD/Retina ready.

20. House (opens in new tab)

The House WordPress blog theme gives you varied possibilities. It has six post formats, three header styles, six blog layouts, a fully responsive design and isotope masonry. You can customize its code if you wish.

21. Lucid (opens in new tab)

With the Lucid WordPress theme, you can display as much content as you like while maintaining a de-cluttered feel. It comes with five unique colors, a fully responsive design, secure code (ElegantThemes swear by that) and six page templates.

22. Cedar (opens in new tab)

Cedar is a fully responsive WordPress blog theme that supports seven post layouts. It is also optimized for fast loading using CSS3 styling and a completely imageless layout. It also comes with over 600 Google fonts.

23. Selfie (opens in new tab)

Selfie, as the name rightly suggests, is a perfect WordPress theme for a personal blog. It is built with ajax category filter and comes with unlimited color variations. It is fully responsive and SEO ready.

24. Nexus (opens in new tab)

Nexus is a flexible WordPress blog/magazine theme designed by It has unlimited color choices, varied shortcodes, six pre-styled page templates, and a homepage builder. It also gives you advertisement areas to monetize your blog.

25. Blogoma (opens in new tab)

Blogoma is a fully responsive and retina ready premium WordPress blog. It has seven distinct post formats, unlimited color options, and nine built-in custom widgets. It is also SEO and translation ready.

Words: Mike Brown

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