1. Storefront (Free)
Storefront is a great pick because it is free, and built and maintained by the core developers of WooCommerce is a fact of much comfort when it comes to the seamless integration of the plugin and extensions with the theme. Storefront is clean and free from clutter, with a simple default design you get the convenience of modifying the appearance to whatever suits your brand.
The simplicity doesn’t end there as there are no page builders, sliders or shortcodes built in the theme. The philosophy behind this is that unless you need these features they are only slowing down the process. So if you need a slider you can get WooSlider or in the case of a page builder, Storefront is compatible with Visual Composer, Velocity Page, and Site Origin PageBuilder.
2. Divi WordPress Theme ($69)
Divi is a great responsive theme in which you get the Divi Builder, which is an easy way of creating your custom layouts without any need for coding, and over 15 pre-made layouts that you can select from can also customize these preset layouts to your liking.
Are you a hardcore web designer who wants their own CSS in the various elements of the website? Well, Divi doesn’t disappoint as it’s got a custom CSS tab for you to do the fine tuning whichever way pleases you.
Worried about security? Divi is awarded the Sucuri Seal because the team found absolutely no issues with the theme at all.
3. MagXP ($59)
With four different home page layouts, great customizability and flexibility, MagXP is a great theme for magazine related websites. Currently with a price tag of $59 (including all taxes), this theme comes packed with 15 widgets, a drag and drop homepage builder, review system, unlimited sidebar and color options.
It also comes with 2 different completely unique single post layouts and is HTML5 and CSS ready for further tinkering. Translation and WooCommerce ready and search engine optimized, what more could you ask for?
4. Buler ($59)
Unlimited colors and flexibility combo, Buler comes with the Aqua page builder which is a drag and drop builder loaded with custom modules and an IOS slider. On the front page, you have the option of turning on AJAX loading for your content. It also supports the Revolution slider plugin and is compatible with WooCommerce. You can also view the site in a “responsive version” by closing iFrame.
Overall it’s a very premium looking theme with a creative design and ease of customizability.
5. Exist Theme ($59)
Mobile shop or photo gallery, fashion or designer garments retailer, any business of any kind, Exist is a theme that will cover anything quite nicely.
It has a mega menu for you to display the categories that you are organizing your goods or services by and a layer slider for the eye-catching promotions and the trends and offers your viewers quick product views for highlighting a selected item. It has a blog section and is easy to customize and includes options for custom CSS and JS code for themes.
6. Makery ($59)
This is a great theme for websites that are online stores or take retail orders and the likes. There are plenty of rad features to go around such as multiple carts, shop commission, and unlimited shops so the WooCommerce compatibility really is a great throw in the mix. It also has integration with Google Analytics to help you recognize trends faster and a profile builder along with plentiful customization options in the themes.
7. Hudson ($59)
Hudson is like the neat kid on the block that everyone wants to be friends with. It is elegant and provides a good fit for any kind of e-commerce website whether large scale business or individual start-up. With this theme, you’ll get limitless layouts to try out and find the perfect one that matches your site’s brand.
Hudson comes with a pack of over 600 Google Fonts and six different icon packs. The best part is that it integrates seamlessly with popular plugins like WPML and WooCommerce.
8. Shopper ($89)
Shopper is a powerful WooCommerce theme that comes with a ton of premium features built-in, including, an AJAX-based price slider, revolving slider, and custom grid modes. This colorful theme enables users to organize various categories of objects and set up sidebars for easier navigation.
9. Mango ($59)
The Mango theme is by far one of the best WooCommerce themes you’ll come across. The theme comes pre-loaded with 20 variants – each better than the last. The variants enable users to try out different layouts for their e-store and pick the one they like best. It’s like having 20 themes in one.
Pair them up with a header, footer, and mega-menu from the unlimited selections and you’ve got yourself a unique theme without having to code a single line.
10. Savoy ($59)
Savoy features a modern, minimalist design that gives your e-store a perfect blend of contemporary and elegance. Your customers will finally focus on the products you’re selling instead of being distracted by other page elements.
The theme is fully responsive and built on AJAX technology that makes the shopping experience blazingly fast. You can add featured product videos and quick-view boxes to improve your product marketing strategy.
11. The Retailer ($59)
The Retailer is a full-on e-commerce theme that was designed for portfolio-style e-stores. It enables users to sell anything from physical items to digital downloads without having to install additional plugins.
The theme’s customer reviews feature is neat, adds more value to the merchandise and makes the shopping experience better for your customers. The theme also has a built-in feature which lets you create variable products.
12. Zerif Lite (Free)
Zerif Lite is one of the Top 10 most popular WordPress.org themes and for good reason. Though it might be a one-page theme, it’s got everything you need to make your site pop. The theme is perfect for business, personal, portfolio and photography sites.
The Zerif Lite theme is built on Bootstrap technology and it features a fully-responsive, parallax layout. It’s compatible with several popular plugins including WooCommerce and WPML.