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April 5th, 2014 07:06 PM #11Senior Member
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- Mar 2014
Like many others on here, I like mostly old lady / vintage names (Beatrix, Evelyn, Harriet, etc). It's hard to determine my husband's style since his suggestions are so few and far between! He likes Lila and Lux, and likes girls' names with boy nicknames, like Frankie for Frances. So maybe his style could be called spunky names?
April 5th, 2014 07:14 PM #13
April 5th, 2014 09:00 PM #15
My style is pretty eclectic. I mostly tend to lean towards the classical, mythological/literary, and frilly-with-an-edge. Looking at them all together, my favorites feel vaguely steampunk-ish.Gwen
College student, bookworm, terrible influence.
Owner of a cat: Minerva "Minnie"
Belphoebe • Cosima • Sybella • Ailsa • Celia
Prosper • Finn • August • Malcolm • Zephyr
April 5th, 2014 09:17 PM #17
My favourites tend to be on the quirkier and whimsical side of things. I love names entrenched in mythology, that have both a musicality and strength to them, that are not at all common, yet have a slight modern/contemporary feel.Zena
Ariadne & Emrys
April 5th, 2014 09:23 PM #19
I like frilly and long or short and spunky. But I am a fan of literature, mythology and using names related to my heritage/family. I am not impartial to names that others may see as just too religious like Evangeline. I am a huge fan of the time period between the 1880s and 1912. This particular era has always fascinated me in terms of fashion, hairstyling etc. But yeah, I kind of like to pair this names with more unexpected middle names, I just have to be mindful of popularity in Australia.
'Jess' Jessica Emily Faith
Living down under...
Elsa: Mystical, magical, completely unique, baffling and all her own
Ronan: Spicy, little boys wearing plaid shirts, running around in kneeless jeans, playing in the mud and being mischievous.
Mary Belle - Conrad - Elaina/Elena? - Jonas