Top Best Themes for WooCommerce

If there is a king when turning your WordPress in an online store 100% functional, this is the free plugin WooCommerce. But to have a good number of sales we need to have templates that are compatible with this plugin and know squeeze every opportunity it provides to our ecommerce project.

The difficult task of choosing the right theme

One of the features I like about WordPress is its scalability. You know how your online project starts, such as a blog, but not as it may end (a forum, an online store, a social network…,) depending on your goals. Therefore, the ease with which expand and reinvent WordPress makes it unique compared to other CMS or content management systems.


I am sure you already know that, but WooCommerce is now the best plugin that exists to integrate an online store WordPress, although there are other equally interesting alternatives. The plugin is very complete and free, but can also extend its functionality by hundreds of addons and plugins.

However, one of the elements that we must take into account when using WooCommerce is that the theme or template you choose has to be 100% compatible with the plugin (in the version we use it), and very importantly, that it has updates frequently so when WooCommerce is updated, the theme we choose remains 100% compatible; just then, we will have the basis for a good start and a slowly improving, with tips like these.

Criteria to consider with a WooCommerce template

We have prepared this collection of themes compatible for WooCommerce and based on some basic criteria that all online projects should have and plan before installing a theme:

Clean and responsive design: for all possible resolutions and all devices (smartphone, tablet and desktop), so you do not miss a sale no matter which device your user is using. This is a good responsive design.

Good Usability: It is essential for an Online Store to have a good UX or user experience, and a clear and well ordered content, so that the process and shopping experience is highly satisfactory. Indispensable!

SEO and charging time: that the theme makes good use of labels is fundamental for Google, but also it is essential for good positioning of our WordPress that the web loads faster, along with a number of improvements like this o this one on permalinks.

With these concepts clear, let’s see what we have been selected. Some of the templates have affiliate links, so if you decide to use some of the recommended themes, you will be helping us move forward with the blog, without any extra cost to you. The order of themes is random; it does not correspond to any classification. 🙂

Shopkeeper – Go shopping with your Hipster side


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I like the good vibes of this design; this is a perfect theme for WooCommerce oriented to an exclusive audience. It has city fonts and a clear design.

We must highlight the product pages with descriptions and many customization options, with good use of fonts in design.

It also integrates its own styles and CSS for the buying process, overwriting the options by default that WooCommerce brings, which will make that the online store does not know it has been done with WooCommerce or WordPress (at least at first glance). Overall, it has good options with a hipster touch.

Divi – Superframework that also can be used with WooCommerce


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We talked about Divi on the top themes of WordPress like a good option to build a corporate website, but it also incorporates compatibility with WooCommerce with a very interesting design.

Divi is a WordPress theme that might be considered as a framework due to the number of options and possibilities it has. You can virtually build any type of web with it, because it always keeps close to the flat design that makes it very interesting.

Also, once you purchase any theme from Elegant Themes, you can download any template collection, which is quite wide … It is perfect for undecided people.

Regency – A very elegant WooCommerce theme


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It is possibly the most elegant theme of all, with the margins and spaces between all very measured elements. A very neat and clean design, there is no doubt.

As for other options, it includes a template to add a page “cooming soon” to be displayed to the public with a countdown while we prepare our WooCommerce.

It is not the template that has the more optimized elements and load, but if we need a very high level of design, a few thousandths must be sacrificed in the loading time of the website.

Highend – Superpowers to your WooCommerce


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Highend is one of those giant themes. It updates almost weekly, so you will never run out of game with your WooCommerce project.

We talked about it in our comparison on the best WordPress themes, and the truth is that it is a safe option for WooCommerce: clean design, smooth navigation and proper management of articles and product pages in the online store.

It also includes several premium plugins included in the price, so if you have in mind to purchase any of them, you can save their cost. 🙂 Another interesting thing is that the theme is already translated into Spanish, so you do not have to worry about changing the “Read more” and “comments” of the theme. That’s good! 🙂

The Retailer – a template with a long journey


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It has been creating online stores with WooCommerce since almost two years, which speaks highly of this template. If we add that upgrades are almost monthly, it offers calm and confidence because we know that there is a large user base using this template.

The design is correct and incorporates the usual premium plugins to build a multipurpose slider and customized pages. We can also create a portfolio section, interesting if we are also offering services on our website, and customize the elements without touching the template through the child-theme that it incorporates (for advanced users.)

The template adds CSS fragments to superimpose over what brings WooCommerce by default, which provides a unique and distinctive element to the design and the online shop, such as CSS3 transitions and effects for product images when displayed in the base store site. Good work as very tested template. A safe choice!

StyleShop – A more classical online store


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The flat design is fashion, but that does not mean that everything is has to be flat design. What is important in an ecommerce project is to connect with your audience, and if your audience has a particular style or different from the rest, that is what should matter.

As you will see in this template, the design is a bit special: more rounded and with shading. It includes a very wide options panel that you can customize, like all WordPress themes from Elegant Themes.

The speed of the web is good as it does not have many elements and libraries, although the responsive design is not mobile first. Still, it perfectly fulfills its function.

Rustik – WooCommerce without complications


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For those looking for something simple, Ruskit fits perfectly. It has the normal options in a simple design. The website loads faster, so if we do not want a complicate option, this is a good choice.

Fonts and design in general are very normal, nothing fancy. It has some elements defined by CSS to override those of WooCommerce, but generally we can identify that we are working with this plugin on WordPress.

It is a simple and easy option to set up an ecommerce.

Adrenalin – Not only WooCommerce


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Adrenalin is a complete and very personal theme where it is impossible to identify that you are working with WordPress or WooCommerce (if you are a user!) It also includes a couple of payment plugins to compose and create customized pages and slider; you know that for slider there is nothing like some good pictures!

As for speed, it is not the fastest one, but the amount of options it has is worth the sacrifice. It is compatible with WPML (a multilingual plugin,) as well as a good collection of shortcodes to modify the themes without touching a line of code.

Conclusion: WooCommerce for many years!

As you can see, one of the most important elements when choosing a template for WooCommerce is undoubtedly the flow of updates received by the authors. If WooCommerce releases a new version of its plugin and the authors of our theme do not updated it to be compatible, we can begin to have some maladjusted elements, and in ecommerce does not give much security!

So now you know that updates, a clean design and an optimized SEO are the key points to take our WooCommerce to the next level with these templates.

And do not forget to check other CSM and alternatives such as Magento, Prestashop o Shopify. Good luck with your ecommerce project.

Comments (1)

  1. Fantastic and popular themes.They are nice, sleek, awesome professional.All we can rely on these type of thems sure.I see many of theme I used one too.

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