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Serif font pairings

While serif fonts are identified by a small stroke decorating the end of a longer stroke, sans serif fonts lack that extra ornamental stroke.

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Serif font pairings
Lora font pairing
Lora font pairing

Lora is a moderate, well balanced serif typeface that traces its roots in calligraphy.

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Source serif pro
Source Serif Pro font pairing

Source Serif Pro is a set of opentype fonts designed to complement the Source Sans Pro family

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PT Serif font pairing
PT serif font pairing

PT Serif is a transitional serif typeface with humanistic terminals, designed to use with PT sans

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About Serif Fonts

When to use serif fonts

Serif fonts are considered to be very readable, and are often used in longer printed texts like books and magazines. Some of the well-known serif fonts include Georgia, Times New Roman, and Palatino.

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Serif sub group

Over time, serif fonts have evolved in style. They can be classified into four distinct subgroups. In chronological order of appearance, they are: Old Style, Transitional, Didone, and Slab Serif.

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Serif sub group
Serif font pairings

Serif font pairings

Serif fonts are popular for their decorative elements and readability in print. Old Style serif fonts date back to the 1400s and are still frequently used in the newspaper, magazine and book industries.

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Free serif font

No matter your project, you can find a versatile free serif font that will work for you. Merriweather is readable at small sizes, Lora is modern yet artistic, and Noto is incredibly comprehensive.

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Free Serif Fonts