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    Prestiggio is nice : http://www.myfonts.com/fonts/rekord/prestiggio/

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    my favorites for now

    I like Helvetica Neue, and Aphrodite

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    Angie & Didot

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    Aphrodite and Harriet are really classy, quite different though, Adios pro is pretty cool too

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    I like swiss 721 (light condensed) for this...


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    For me Didot(s) never get old.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MisterPink View Post
    Depends on what type of elegance it is – whether it’s modern, classy, retro-chic …
    But in general I go with "F37 Bella".
    I concur. But other than Didot, I vote for Recherche by Laura Worthington. Very Delicate

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    An oldie but goldie – Walbaum, particularly the StormType cut.

    or… Giorgio and Giorgio Sans by Christian Schwartz at Commercial Type

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    can't go wrong with Optima Nova.


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    I've been using Feijoa a lot lately and Paris Pro in its Ultra Light weight, really nice. Quirky without being corny.

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    Espinosa Nova

    http://www.myfonts.com/fonts/estudio-ch/espinosa-nova/

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    Check out Q by Playtype.
    Overall I think this foundry has some great typefaces.

    https://playtype.com/font/q

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    Vogue Highline Serif for titles and Harriet for text blocks.

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    Bembo is a good choice !

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    Elegant Fonts

    Quote Originally Posted by mongofuchs View Post
    I think Trajan has been totally overused.

    You can’t go wrong with Didot, though. Instant elegance.

    Depends on the piece I'm inclined to say Guathrie, Archer, and Aire..

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