Divi fashion sites are excellent examples of what can be achieved with this WordPress theme.
Indeed, each hobby or field of activity has its own needs... But Divi adapts perfectly and very easily to all situations.
If you want to create a fashion website, you should know that this is one of the most popular topics online. There are countless websites on the subject and to stand out from the crowd, you need to pay particular attention to the visual aspect.
Moreover, the fashion industry is always on the lookout for the latest trends. So it needs a powerful tool to showcase them. Fortunately, this is not the case, Divi has what it takes to build any kind of fashion site.
To help you, here is a selection of the best Divi fashion sites.
You can find a bit of everything: studios, shops, magazines, designer websites and of course blogs.
You can use these sites as inspiration for the use of colourThe use of images, layout, fonts, etc.
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Divi fashion website n°1 : Veronica Ariel
We're off to a great start on the Divi fashion sites, with the designer's Veronica Ariel.
This is a good example of dynamism and simplicity, with a good focus on the products and the shop.
As soon as you enter the site, you discover the designer and her products in a full-page photo showing her in her workshop, followed by photos in various formats, but arranged with taste and punch!
The call-to-action or a simple click on one of the photos leads directly to the shop.
At the top of the page, the sticky menu (with scroll-down effect) draws attention to Veronica's Instagram account, where you can follow her news and the beautiful photos of her creations.
Fashion site n°2: Trishia Grace
Trishia Grace is a fashion designer from West Hollywood. She has developed a brand of clothing that is both functional and sexy.
This is her studio website and her collection of vintage style dresses, designed for evening wear or for more casual moments.
The clothes are hand-dyed with interesting patterns and vibrant colours. They are designed to be easily combined with other clothes.
The elegant reception area showcases Trishia and her creations.
As for the newsletter registration formIt fits in well with the background image. It concludes with an elegant footer with social monitoring icons and a beautiful background pattern.
The contact form does not include a map. Instead, it provides a custom link to Google Maps.
Its menu is simple. There is a link to the shop, the blog and the contact form. When scrolling, the logo remains in place but the transparent menu becomes shaded.
There is also a nicely styled section divider. The great thing about this Divi fashion site is that it combines elegance and simplicity, while highlighting the brand's colours.
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Fashion website #3: I am Italian
I Am Italian is a magazine specialising in high-end sunglasses and other luxury products made in Italy.
It covers previews, art news, fashion trends, celebrities and the glasses they wear, beauty, events, specific brands, etc.
The homepage has a full page with :
- a full page slider under the first menu,
- a second, smaller slider embedded in the menu pointing to the magazine's categories. This full-page category menu framing the latest posts is a nice touch!
Each of the categories points to the corresponding blog posts. The articles themselves cover the subject in detail with lots of photos and videos.
We continue with a sub-section that highlights the categories of the blog.
Each block displays the last two posts in each category, giving the homepage a nice magazine look.
The site also uses PrestaShop in a sub-domain dedicated to its commercial part. The link, not too invasive, is in the menu (Shop).
Divi fashion website n°4: The Desire
The Desire is a fashion and lifestyle blog created by the Spaniard Cristina Castro in 2013. Like many fashion bloggers, she mainly shares photos of her everyday looks.
His blog has had several versions and has been very successful.
This blogger has collaborated with many brands in the fashion industry including Vila Clothes, Romwe, Evax, Steve Madden, Lays, Lowlita&you, Dayaday, Designer vintage Loreal, Shein, Liujo, etc.
The homepage is clear and uncluttered. It highlights the images. There are :
- thumbnails pointing to the last 4 posts (the blog was paused a few months ago and we can see that two cover images are missing, too bad!)
- full-width excerpts from posts,
- links to its social networks
- a photo gallery.
The "Looks" page displays blog posts by year in a gallery format.
We can discover the evolution of Cristina's tastes and style, as well as that of fashion trends.
The "My Style" category displays looks in different contexts, which are sub-categories (work, casual, special occasions, seventies, etc.).
The content is basically the same as the Looks page, i.e. the blog posts, but presented in a different way. Both approaches are interesting.
With success, Cristina even created her own online shop with Divi : https://www.thedesireshop.es/
- The original back button at the top. It is a large light green circle with the diamond icon, which represents the blog.
- The overlay on the hover of the images, with a big button inside the same big circle and the same diamond.
Fashion website n°5: Curto
This is Sara and Angelo's website CurtoThey have been cobblers in Brig, Switzerland, since 2000.
They make bags, shoes and various leather accessories, such as belts and wallets.
As producers, they also supply a dozen brands.
Angelo and Sara have adopted an ethical approach: there are no pollutants or toxins in their products.
The Curto site is a one page design that opens to a full screen video.
The storytelling section continues with the "business" section, highlighted by a nice photo of the couple in their shop.
This is followed by a full-width slider, which highlights the products, then links to the collections, information about their workshop and its location.
Clicking on the collections opens an independent gallery with a dynamic display of the products.
This is a good example of a Divi fashion site, as it is stylish and the visuals showcase the products and the company well.
The use of dynamic galleries and full-width photos contributes to the modernity of the design, without compromising the traditional atmosphere (encouraged by the harmonious choice of colours) of the whole.
Fashion site #6: Susie O's Handbags
Susie O's is an online handbag shop.
The choice of products is carefully made: Susie selects bags that are "classic but with a twist" that makes them stand out.
Similarly, the unique sorting tool offered by the site makes it special.
This is the second menu, under the main menu, with a sticky effect when scrolling.
It has three drop-down menus that allow you to navigate easily through the categories, designers and/or colours of the products.
It remains visible when scrolling and on all the pages of the site; its pink colour makes it very catchy and we quickly feel like using it to discover what is offered!
Apart from that, the site remains quite classic but functional, with its shop, about, events and contact sections.
As the sections are not very extensive (apart from the shop section), you quickly end up at the footer, which is simple and effective, includes the social network icons and blends in well with the rest of the site.
Divi fashion website n°7 : Fashion or famine
This is the minimalist option in this list of Divi fashion sites!
Fashion or Famine is a vintage clothing shop with a very clean menu and design.
Their site is a little dated (it is no longer updated), but it provides a good example of simplicity and efficiency in highlighting text and photo content.
The menu has only two entries: about and contact. The rest of the homepage is composed of two columns, the left one reserved for excerpts of posts and the right one, more restricted, centred only on links to the online shop and social networks.
So it's a good inspiration for sobriety - such a site has the added advantage of being extremely easy to create with Divi.
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Review and reflections
These examples of Divi fashion sites show that the tool is perfectly suited to this field.
You have seen how varied they are in their style and approach. If you want to keep it simple and get started on WordPress and DiviStart with a minimalist site such as Fashion or Famine.
But with a minimum of practice and with the help of the resources provided by Divi TipsYou will soon be able to create more complex and dynamic sites like the other Divi fashion sites in this selection.
So I suggest you go through the list, note the things you like best and apply these ideas to your own designs.
What are your favourite Divi fashion sites? Feel free to share your opinions, questions and suggestions in the comments below!
This article was written by David Albert, a freelance writer who helps entrepreneurs publish quality content. More info on his website.
merci pour votre très bon article
savez-vous quel module est utilisé dans l’exemple du site n°6 ? surtout la fonction « Tri » sur la home que je trouve intéressante
Ce n’est pas un module Divi classique. J’ai examiné le code et il ne donne pas d’infos sur un plugin en particulier. On dirait un module custom avec du JS. Je n’ai pas plus d’infos à ce sujet… Désolée.