I would describe your (English) style as mystical and literary. You have a brilliant way of crafting a combo comprised of an old, well-established classic name and a more daring, fantastical name. I really admire this! It makes your style stand out, as although the general formula of your names stays the same, they all stand out and shine individually in their own ways. I’ve greatly admired your style from afar for a while now, so it’s lovely to be able to properly comment on it here!
My favorite of your male combos is Remus Faraday or James Lazarus. I couldn’t pick between them! If James Faraday had been a choice, I think I would have gone with that. Remus is a bold, exciting, yet still usable choice and Faraday has such a mystical quality I adore in a name. Perhaps I’m slightly biased because it’s the name of one of my favorite literary characters? Either way, such a great sound. I’m also partial to James, but biases aside, it is such a gently handsome name. There’s a reason it’s been so popular throughout the years! Lazarus feels like it’s straight of a fairytale. It’s truly fit for a king and pairs wonderfully with James.
My favorite of your female combos is Cecily Rhiannon. Rhiannon is so under-appreciated, despite it being the perfect mix of classy and sassy! Cecily is such a great choice with it, and the flow with this combo is impeccable.
My least favorite combo is Robinson Wayne. No real reason, to be honest! I personally see Robinson as a surname only, however, that’s purely subjective. Wayne just isn’t my personal taste.
My favorite names are… Cassian, James, Hugo, Faraday, Cecily, Ariadne, Romilly, and Rhiannon.
New combos… James Faraday, Cassian James, Faraday Cassian, Hugo Faraday, Cecily Ariadne, Rhiannon Ariadne, Ariadne Romilly
Some name ideas… Alba, Cassia, Celeste, Dahlia, Elena, Flora, Frida, Nimue, Gaia, Ida, Juno, Lark, Liesel, Lilja, Sunniva, Abel, Elias, Endymion, Evander, Fabian, Finnick, Isidore, Julian, Mathias, Vincent, Wilder