Best Free Luxury Fonts

May 6, 2017 | Tips & Resources | 10 comments

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Something I hear a lot from clients is “I want it to look high-end”. But what exactly does that mean? Well, if you look at some famous luxury brands (i.e. Tiffany & Co, Chanel, BVLGARI, Dior) you’ll see that they have some things in common. First, they’re very minimalist, mostly just wordmarks. Second, they many times either use elegant serif fonts or wide sans serifs.

So what if you want to make YOUR brand look high end, and you don’t have a big budget for fonts? It’s your lucky day! I’ve rounded up some of my favorite free luxury fonts in a variety of styles – serif, sans-serif and some high-end scripts.

I’d love to hear how you use them! Feel free to leave any comments with more suggestions of YOUR favorite free luxury fonts.

Also please note that although all of these fonts are free for personal use, not all of them are free for commercial use, so please get in touch with the author to confirm before using it for commercial purposes! Also Goku is no longer free and it was removed from the pack.

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Even more free fonts

If you loved these, you can get even more in our Free Font Pairing Guide, which has 85+ free fonts and 48 font pairing suggestions!

What are some of your favorite luxurious looking fonts? Or what are your tips for making your brand look high-end? Let me know in the comments!

10 Comments

  1. I’m not seeing at least two of these fonts after downloading. The one called Goku and the Madrid… Thanks!

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    • Hi Faith – Unfortunately these fonts no longer have free download access, but you can still purchase a license for them. It was changed after I posted this! My apologies. I hope you enjoy the rest of them 🙂

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  2. Thanks for the necessary fonts at free of cost.

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    • You are welcome!

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  3. Thank you Kelsey for sharing these fonts for free! 🙂

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    • You’re so welcome Chin!

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    • De nada Laura! 😉

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  4. Are fonts in WordPress or Microsoft Words free to use for personal and commercial?

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    • Hi Adolf – sorry, I’m not sure I understand your question. The fonts that come pre-installed on your computer are free yes, but the ones in this list you will need to check with the author, even if you use on WordPress or Microsoft Word.

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