Spirax + Open Sans Condensed

Spirax’s original curves give headlines a refined but whimsical look that’s well-matched with open and neutral forms of Open Sans Condensed. This combination may work for you if you sell something uniquely designed like handmade jewelry.

Merriweather + Oswald

Merriweather is pleasant to read on screens with its slightly condensed letterforms, sturdy serifs, and open forms. It’s perfectly in tune with Oswald, a font inspired by the classic gothic and grotesque styles of the late 19th and early 20th centuries. This pairing may suit a store that sells high-end bespoke products like watches or leather accessories.

Abril Fatface + Cabin

The thin serifs and well-rounded curves of Abril Fatface give headlines an elegant but playful appearance, which is well-paired with Cabin’s touch of modernism. Try these fonts if you sell stationery products or books.

Montserrat + Merriweather

Montserrat is based on urban typography from the first half of the 20th century, complemented by the slightly condensed letterforms of Merriweather. This pairing would be well served in a bag or sneaker store.