Where to Find Free Feminine Stock Photos for Your Blog

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I’m not a photographer by any means. However, I enjoy doing some of my own flat lays and photography edits for my blog and social media accounts. I also use stock photos. Finding free feminine stock photos used to be something I didn’t even attempt. I was afraid all of the images would be so overdone by other bloggers.

I think I underestimated the vast variety of stock images that are available, and for that, I am grateful. As a busy WAHM, there’s no way I could handle creating all of the my content from scratch. While I do take a lot of my own images, stock photos help me so much.

I used to get photo envy when I first started Housewife Hustle. If any of you can remember back that far, I used to use memes and just funny pictures from Google. Once I learned about the legal side to blogging as well as photo licensing, I learned that was a big no-no!

There are still powerhouse sites like Pixabay and Canva that offer a ton of free and beautiful stock and royalty free photos, but everyone and their cousin uses them. I wanted to use photos that were feminine, beautiful, and not all over Pinterest already. Sure, I still use and adore Canva, but they aren’t the only place to find free feminine stock photos for your blog.

The Importance of Graphics

I clearly didn’t understand the importance of graphics when I started blogging, but that has changed for the better. Even though I’m legally blind, having a well placed picture can tie your blog post together perfectly. Graphics really take your blog to the next level.

When we create graphics and images for our blogs and pins, we are also illustrating what sets us apart from other bloggers and content creators. The graphics we create allow our personality and brand to shine through, so don’t take the importance photos and graphics for granted.

Time and time again, I see pins and graphics being made with the same stock images on popular sites that everyone gravitates too. I’m guilty of it from time to time. Just because an image is super easy to find and is pretty, doesn’t mean it’s the right one for your blog. Finding unique stock images that aren’t already littering your Pinterest doesn’t have to be hard.

Where to Find Free Feminine Stock Photos

You can find stock photos in a lot of places, and Pinterest was always my go to for finding fresh and free feminine stock photos. I also was happy to stumble onto some great stock photo sites that I didn’t even know existed, because having a variety of choices helps keep your graphics, blog, and brand unique. Standing out is what draws others in, so check out these places to find free feminine stock photos.

1. Pixi Stock

Signing up with Pixi Stock is something that I’m so grateful that I did. The images are so beautiful, and I love that their Instagram also offers freebies too. If you haven’t checked out Pixi Stock, and you use a lot a of feminine photos, you need to head over there. You won’t be disappointed.

2. Ivory Mix

I can’t say enough about Ivory Mix. There are so many wonderful feminine stock photos. They are royalty free, and absolutely remarkable. Some of my favorite images have come from Ivory Mix. Having amazing and free stock images sent to your email is never a bad thing.

3. Styled Stock

Styled Stock, as the name says, has beautiful styled stock photos that are feminine and free to use for your blog and other projects. They are a large variety, and that is one of the reasons I have them favorited on my laptop. They are worth the save!

4. Unsplash

I’ll admit this is a popular free stock site like Pixabay and Canva, but it remains one of my go-to’s if I just can’t seem to find the right fit for a graphic. There are always new additions, and they never disappoint. Just be careful with the more popular free stock photo sites, because you don’t want you blog’s graphics to look exactly like someone else’s.

5. Gold and Berry’s Freebies

Gold and Berry is a design and lifestyle blog, and their site has a lot of free images and resources. They have a freebies page that has gorgeous free pictures that don’t require an opt-in. Definitely check them out.

6. SC Stock Shop

When you sign up, you get 20 free stock photos instantly. You also get tips for your business and more free photos every month. It’s definitely worth it. These photos are incredible.

7. Kaboom Pics

This is a free stock photo site, and it does not disappoint. There are so many lovely free images for bloggers to use. There is no opt-in required, and they have a ton of collections and a big variety. They definitely offer more than just free feminine stock photos.

Find Photos You Love

This is just a sliver of the free stock photos that are out there waiting to be appreciated. These are my favorites, along with Canva, when it comes to creating blog graphics and pins. I tend to use my own images for Instagram, because my page is dedicated to self-love and body acceptance as opposed to my multi-niche blog.

I love the aesthetic of femininity and simplicity. These places offer what I need as a stepping stone to creating eye catching graphics for my blog, so I hope that they help you too. I’d also love to hear where you find great stock images and your personal style with photos. So, let’s chat in the comments.

-With Love,

Jenni

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12 thoughts on “Where to Find Free Feminine Stock Photos for Your Blog”

  1. πŸ™‚ Kaboom Pics is impressive. I typed in the words, “Laptop computer, ” in the search bar and I found some amazing images.

    In regards to free stock photos, I use Pixabay.

  2. I love taking pictures, and have designated (or at least try to) a day when I do my own photography. That said, you can definitely go down the rabbit hole with stock photos and I love looking at them! Thanks for compiling and sharing these sites sweets! <3

    1. Thanks!! I want to get into take more of my own pictures, but stock pictures are like looking at cute puppies. It’s addicting!

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