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Volume 11 - 8.11.20

Middle-weight serifs that are elegant, refined, and perfect for classically chic projects!


typography, fonts, bold serifs, bold serif, font collection

Ugh, I just love serif fonts so much. They are elegant, classic, and usually so beautiful to look at. Every serif font can be unique, and I intend to try them all at some point. Today, I'm featuring some of my favorite mid-weight fonts that are versatile, artistic, but still readable and to the point.

Nouvelle Vague Black, Nouvelle Vague Black font, Nouvelle Vague font, fonts, typography
No. 1 Luciano

I mean, look at that Q! Does this font even need an explanation? It is quirky but stylish, classic but can be made contemporary. Full of contradictions, and yet 100% gorgeous. I can see this on skincare packaging, jewelry boxes, wedding invites, you name it.

If you don't already have it as part of your free font library, get it here.


Kaoly font, Kaoly, fonts, font collection, typography
No. 2 Didot

If you don't already know of and use Didot, DO IT NOW. Look at that chic, beautiful lettering. It is classic and unfussy, which is just how I like my serif fonts. Didot is one of the most versatile and beautiful typefaces for anything and everything, including packaging, body text, and featured lettering.

Get it here.


Al Nevrada font, Al Nevrada, fonts, font, font collection, typography, bold serif
No. 3 Night

Technically part of a duo called "Jolly Night," Night is a beautiful and modern take on the classic serif. I love the diagonal crosses (which are super popular right now!) and how readable & impactful it is. Perfect for projects that need a little bit of whimsy.

Get it here.


Mermaid Bold font, Mermaid Bold, Mermaid Swash Cap font, Mermaid Swash Cap, font, fonts, typography, font collection, bold serif
No. 4 FF Carina

This is the most unique & quirky on the list, but I think the capitals especially are really gorgeous. I like the tiny tails on the lowercase y and capital Q, and the beautiful lowercase g. These would be great for single-letter logo designs that need to convey a lot of style in just one character!

Get it here.


Which font is your favorite? Comment below or find me on Instagram @mungglehugstudio to let me know.


Thanks for reading!



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