[name]Hi[/name], here are my honest opinions on your name list. All the best!
[name]Elsa[/name] - I like this name and it’s not chosen often
”[name]Evelyn[/name] - Like it but getting popular
[name]Amelia[/name] - [name]Love[/name] this name
”[name]Olivia[/name] - Very popular but lovely
[name]Charlotte[/name] - This is my fave on your list. Elegant and classic! A winner!
”[name]Norah[/name] - OK
[name]Amelie[/name] - French gem
”[name]Harper[/name] - Too trendy for my taste
”[name]Ella[/name] - See [name]Harper[/name]
”[name]Annabelle[/name] - like this name but prefer the [name]Annabel[/name] spelling.
”[name]Emmalyn[/name] - Prefer the classic spelling [name]Emmeline[/name]
”[name]Livia[/name] - Nn for for [name]Olivia[/name]?
”[name]Annalie[/name] - OK but prefer Annabeth
”[name]Violet[/name] - OK
”Annalyn - Looks made up
”[name]Ansley[/name] - Not a fan

[name]Charlotte[/name], [name]Amelia[/name], [name]Emmeline[/name], [name]Annabel[/name], [name]Amelie[/name] and [name]Elsa[/name] are my faves.

I’m going to be honest here! :slight_smile:

”[name]Elsa[/name]: It’s pretty, but I would personally use it as a nickname for [name]Elisabeth[/name]. It’s just a bit insubstantial.
”[name]Evelyn[/name]: I don’t like it at all, but it’s a perfectly fine name. [name]How[/name] about [name]Eve[/name] or [name]Eva[/name]?
”[name]Amelia[/name]: I really like it, but it’s a bit popular…
”[name]Olivia[/name]: Unless popularity isn’t a factor for you, I wouldn’t use it. It’s currently #3 in the US-- [name]WAY[/name] popular.
”[name]Charlotte[/name]: It’s a lovely, sweet name but its recent burst of popularity has made it a little trendy. Still a classic, though.
”[name]Norah[/name]: I much prefer it without the H, and then a nickname for [name]Eleanor[/name]/[name]Eleonora[/name]/[name]Annora[/name]/[name]Honora[/name].
”[name]Amelie[/name]: I really like this! It may get pronunciation issues, or get lost in the sea of Amelias, Emilys, and Emmas, but it’s lovely.
”[name]Harper[/name]: This is neither classy nor feminine. It’s a trendy, harsh surname-- what’s it doing among all these lovely names?!
”[name]Ella[/name]: Pretty, but super-popular and nicknamey. [name]Eleanor[/name], [name]Elodie[/name], [name]Elizabeth[/name], [name]Estella[/name], and a whole bunch of others can get you to [name]Ella[/name].
”[name]Annabelle[/name]: I really like this name, but spelled [name]Annabel[/name]. The extra -le gives it a lot of unnecessary frill, I think.
”[name]Emmalyn[/name]: The -lyn ending is trendy and a misspelling-- spell it [name]Emmeline[/name]!
”[name]Livia[/name]: I actually love this name, though I’d worry about it getting lost in all the Olivias. It’s lovely and has so much history, though!
”[name]Annalie[/name]: Unfortunately, this looks like ‘anally’ and I’d worry about teasing. Plus I get a trendy vibe from it-- [name]Annaleigh[/name], [name]Analee[/name], etc.
”[name]Violet[/name]: So pretty, but trendy! If that doesn’t bother you, use it!
”Annalyn: Totally made up-- I’m afraid it doesn’t qualify as ‘classy’ to me. Also it reminds me of Annalynne McCord, and I don’t even really know who that is.
”[name]Ansley[/name]: Same as [name]Harper[/name] and Annalyn. What about [name]Anneliese[/name], [name]Annika[/name], or [name]Anna[/name]?

My favorites are [name]Amelia[/name], [name]Charlotte[/name], [name]Amelie[/name], [name]Annabelle[/name], [name]Livia[/name], and [name]Violet[/name]. You can’t go wrong with any of those! :slight_smile:

I’m also going to be honest, but I think that’s the best way to narrow down lists!

”[name]Elsa[/name]: I like this one, I don’t think it’s too insubstantial and it’s got a lovely, outgoing vibe to it.
”[name]Evelyn[/name]: I’ve never liked [name]Evelyn[/name] personally, I think it’s the lyn ending. There’s nothing wrong with it objectively though.
”[name]Amelia[/name]: I like the feel and sound of this, although I’d worry about popularity.
”[name]Olivia[/name]: This is one name that I will always love, despite its popularity! I think it’s girly, and princessy without sounding over the top. I really don’t have enough praise for it. Not the best choice if you are bothered by popularity though.
”[name]Charlotte[/name]: I go between loving and hating [name]Charlotte[/name], but it’s a good, solid name.
”[name]Norah[/name]: I prefer the [name]Nora[/name] spelling but love it both ways! Definitely feminine and classy.
”[name]Amelie[/name]: I prefer [name]Amelia[/name], but this is lovely and soft.
”[name]Harper[/name]: I don’t see [name]Harper[/name] as feminine or classy, not my style.
”[name]Ella[/name]: [name]Lovely[/name], athough less substantial than some of your other choices.
”[name]Annabelle[/name]: Too frilly for my taste, I much prefer just [name]Anna[/name] (which I think is very feminine and classy!)
”[name]Emmalyn[/name]: I don’t like the lyn ending, It’s not bad, just not as stunning as your other choices.
”[name]Livia[/name]: I actually really like this. It’s interesting but familiar.
”[name]Annalie[/name]: Again, I prefer just [name]Anna[/name].
”[name]Violet[/name]: Nice
”[name]Ansley[/name]: I’m going to be repeating myself her if I mention [name]Anna[/name] again (I just love it, but my boyfriend’s surname is causing me to try and offload it onto others :P)

My personal choices would be: [name]Olivia[/name], [name]Norah[/name] and [name]Livia[/name], with [name]Elsa[/name] and [name]Ella[/name] as runners up.

[name]Hope[/name] I helped!

My favorites from your list are [name]Elsa[/name], [name]Livia[/name] and [name]Amelie[/name]. [name]Elsa[/name] is short and striking. [name]Livia[/name] is quirky and cute and the perfect alternative to [name]Olivia[/name]. I love [name]Amelie[/name], although you might have some pronounciation issues. [name]Violet[/name] and [name]Charlotte[/name] are also nice, but a little too popular. I also like [name]Annabelle[/name], but prefer the [name]Annabel[/name] spelling.

I like [name]Norah[/name] (I like the H - gives it the Hebrew kick ;)), [name]Annabel[/name] ([name]Annabelle[/name], as someone else said is quite a flowery spelling), and [name]Amelie[/name]. I’m not a fan of [name]Annalie[/name], like someone else said it can be construed in a very unfortunate way! But I like [name]Annaliese[/name]/[name]Anneliese[/name]. A lot.

”[name]Elsa[/name]-- love!! so classy and feminine, with plenty of substance on its own. simple and elegant, yet friendly and fun. perfect!
”[name]Evelyn[/name]-- I like a lot of the names in the vintage trend, but I’ve never thought this was one of the prettier ones…
”[name]Amelia[/name]-- so pretty! getting very popular though, if that bothers you…
”[name]Olivia[/name]-- pretty but so popular
”[name]Charlotte[/name]-- pretty and classy, soft and feminine
”[name]Norah[/name]-- like it, but I prefer the [name]Nora[/name] spelling
”[name]Amelie[/name]-- really like! uncommon yet familiar to most; may be mistaken for [name]Amelia[/name], since that’s much more common
”[name]Harper[/name]-- if you’re looking for something feminine, this probably isn’t the name for you
”[name]Ella[/name]-- a little trendy for my taste
”[name]Annabelle[/name]-- really like, but prefer [name]Annabel[/name] spelling
”[name]Emmalyn[/name]-- not sure about this, but really love [name]Emmaline[/name]
”[name]Livia[/name]-- really cute, but will probably get mistaken for [name]Olivia[/name] a lot
”[name]Annalie[/name]-- I’m really sorry to have to say it, but I think this is way too similar to the word anally
”[name]Violet[/name]-- really like this
”Annalyn-- this looks trendy and made up, sorry
”[name]Ansley[/name]-- a little preppy for my taste. I like [name]Ainsley[/name] a bit more, though

You’ve got a great list going! My favorite is the lovely [name]Elsa[/name], followed by [name]Violet[/name], [name]Amelia[/name], [name]Annabel[/name], [name]Emmaline[/name], and [name]Charlotte[/name]. Good luck!

”[name]Elsa[/name]- Cute
”[name]Evelyn[/name]- keeper
”[name]Amelia[/name]- another keer, its getting very popular though, and very well might be the next [name]Emily[/name].
”[name]Olivia[/name]- Too popular for my taste.
”[name]Charlotte[/name] - [name]Love[/name] it, keeper
”[name]Norah[/name] - I prefer [name]Nora[/name] is looks cleaner. This name is so refreshing and not too common I love it.
”[name]Amelie[/name]- [name]Love[/name] it. Far mor distinctive than amelia
”[name]Harper[/name]- ubber trendy right now
”[name]Ella[/name]- Too common and kinda boring imo. [name]Ellie[/name]/[name]Ella[/name] has run its corse imo.
”[name]Annabelle[/name]- [name]Annabel[/name] looks far better imo.
”[name]Emmalyn[/name]- [name]Emelyn[/name] I believe is a true celtic name. [name]Emmalyn[/name] seems a little made up.
”[name]Livia[/name]- like, but be prepared for everyone confusing it with [name]Olivia[/name].
”[name]Annalie[/name]- i use to like it unless someone pointed out the anal connection.
”[name]Violet[/name]- very nice.
”Annalyn- same an [name]Annalie[/name], seems very made up imo.
”[name]Ansley[/name]- eh, this always has sounded harsh imo.


Ones I would eliminate: