99 Girly Tattoos to Consider for 2017

New year = new ink.

99 Girly Tattoos to Consider for 2017 | TattooBlend

2016 is almost over, which means the countdown to finding the best tattoo for next year is under way. A new year means new year’s resolutions and of course, new ink. It can be hard to settle on a single tattoo design that you’ll be content with for the rest of your life. With all the designs out there, it seems as if every tattoo you see is the one, that is, until the next one comes along. This article is filled with the girly tattoos galore.

Finding the perfect tattoo should be fun. Over the years, technologies have evolved, methods improved, and new styles have emerged making the process of getting inked more exciting than ever.

For your convenience, we’ve searched high and low to put together a list of the best tattoos out there. Whether you’re in search of a tattoo for yourself or just appreciate the beauty of a well designed work of art, you won’t be disappointed with any of the tattoos on this list.

These birds on a branch.

Bird on a branch by Lindsay April

Earlier we posted a similar tattoo design that quickly went viral. This design is is the same basic concept yet different in many ways, if that makes sense. A perfect tattoo for any woman looking for something small, elegant, and classy. (Photo: Lindsay April)

This floral neck wrap.

Floral neck wrap by Vlada Shevchenko

While the we were not able to find any alternate views of this piece, we instantly fell in love with this design for its originality. Blackwork floral branches form a necklace that doesn’t quite connect.  (Photo: Vlada Shevchenko)

This stunning longhorn skull.

Floral longhorn skull tattoo by Amanda Wachob. Perfect for any Texan!

I know. This looks like a professional oil painting. But that’s just how good Amanda Wachob is at her job. A gorgeous piece with a country vibe to it.  (Photo: Amanda Wachob)

This orchid piece on rib cage.

Orchid piece on rib cage by Lianna Sabrina

Filling triangular shapes with flowers is a recent trend that has exploded in popularity over the last few years. This large rib cage piece (ouch) was done with black and grey ink and boasts a wonderful composition that suits the location perfectly.  (Photo: Lianna Sabrina)

This gorgeous rose.

Gorgeous rose by Tattooist Flower

Done in Flower’s signature vintage watercolor style, this piece almost looks as if it has x-ray aspects to it, especially visible in the stem. (Photo: Flower)

This little snake.

Cara Delevingne's snake tattoo by Doctor Woo

This particular piece was done on model Cara Delevingne (pictured above). She now has 21 tiny tattoos and counting. However, this little snake is by far the coolest.  (Photo: Doctor Woo)

This floral heart.

Floral heart by Bryan Gutierrez

Various species of flowers are strategically placed to form a heart-shaped design. Pink roses and purple lilacs are among the many flowers featured in this design.  (Photo: Bryan Gutierrez)

This supercool back piece.

Amazing back piece by Anton

Everything about this tattoo just oozes awesomeness. From the faint blue hue of the water to the paper airplane contrails, this piece is as impressive as it is unique. If you’re looking for a travel themed tattoo, this is it.  (Photo: Anton)

This delicate floral wreath.

Colorful floral wreath by Zihee

Framing the base of the tibia bone, this colorful floral wreath is a perfect tattoo choice for any woman looking for something fun and pretty. An instant conversation piece if there ever was one.  (Photo: Zihee)

This black and grey ink rose.

Black and grey ink behind the ear rose by Kane Navasard

Regardless of what you call them, behind-the-ear or neck tattoos, these highly-visible tattoos are starting to enjoy a rise in popularity among women. It’s nice to see this location, which was once dominated by men, getting more ink time with the female gender. (Photo: Kane Navasard)