When searching for the best WordPress eCommerce themes, there’s a lot of options. For many, it can be time consuming to wade through all of these themes to find a real gem. That’s why we’ve done all the hard work for you, creating this collection of incredible WordPress eCommerce themes that look great and perform even better.
WordPress is the most popular blogging platform anywhere, powering almost one third of the web. Many of those websites are eCommerce sites and no matter which eCommerce plugin you use, WordPress can handle the job with ease. Some folks swear by WooCommerce, some by Easy Digital Downloads. Some go with Cart66 or the eCommerce Shopping Cart. That list isn’t exhaustive, there are tons of other carts available like Ecwid, PayPal, Ecommerce WD or the Selz eCommerce Shopping Cart. Whatever you choose, this list of themes is going to rock your world. With that massive rise in popularity, there’s been an equal rise in the number of WordPress themes available to choose from. Some of these themes are incredibly useful and highly functional. Some are not so good. We’ve set about trying to find the very best themes and put them in this collection.
Every one of these themes is totally responsive and they each offer a little something different in terms of style, functionality and features. I hope there’s something for everybody in this incredible collection.
Oxygen is one of the best simple, clean and elegant themes I’ve ever seen. This Oxygen theme can be used for nearly any type of eCommerce site. Fashion or electronic gadgets, hand crafted gifts or jewelry, it hardly matters what kind of product you’re selling. The overall style is so clean and fresh, your products will look incredible. It’s a very big challenge running your own online store so Oxygen helps you make the most of your precious time by making it whole process of managing your store as easy as possible. You have tons of options to create a custom look for your store with multiple headers, almost unlimited typography choices, unique layouts and more. Oxygen has been sold over 3,000 times and it’s rating is 4.86 so you can tell this is a high quality theme.
Oshine is a theme that gets a lot of attention on ThemeForest and I think it deserves to. There are a lot of reasons why and we’ll get into a lot of them. This theme is a true multipurpose theme with dozens and dozens of demo sites to show what Oshine is capable of. There’s a photography demo site that comes with just about every theme, right? Well Oshine gives you several, there’s a minimalist style, a full screen photography style, designer portfolio and ‘new style’ portfolio and video agency portfolio and a bunch more too. There are plenty more, creative agencies, modern business, restaurant and café sites, winery, gym, multiple different creative agencies, app landing pages, wedding templates too. You get a ton of demo sites and every one is eCommerce ready to help you start your online shop.
Material is a nicely crafted theme that uses WooCommerce, or the shopping cart of your choice, to allow you to sell most any type of product you want. It was designed with electronics stores and gadget sellers in mind, but why stop there? Any online store that wants a clean, sleek look will love this theme. Responsive, well organized and modern, Material is the kind of theme that can be adjusted to fit the look of an existing brand. So if you already have a brick and mortar presence and you’re looking to expand to eCommerce, this theme can really help you get the job done. Material’s developer, JWS Themes, has fantastic support and documentation to go with all their themes and Material is no exception. They’ve included a lot of nice touches like one click demo data installation, three pre-made homepages, a robust theme options panel and tons more. Worth checking into!
Divi is a theme that can simply do anything you ask it to do, so we’ve included it in this eCommerce WordPress themes collection. I couldn’t find a great example in Elegant Themes demo section, so I found one out in the wild. This is an actual real live use of Divi by a buyer of the theme. It looks pretty nice as a watch shop, so I’m imagining it’ll look pretty sweet for just about any product. You’ve probably already heard about how powerful Divi’s drag and drop page builder can be, but page builders can scare some people off. While the flexibility is nice, it can be intimidating to attempt to design your website from the ground up. Luckily, there are tons of pre-designed layouts you can choose from if you’re worries you won’t be able to set your eCommerce site up yourself. This theme is likeable for many reasons, swift support, succinct documentation, handsome designs and the fact that any style website is possible.
Jevelin is one of the best selling WordPress themes on ThemeForest with over 5,000 sales. It sports a solid 4.6 rating on ThemeForest too, so I think it’s worthy of inclusion in this list of the best eCommerce WordPress themes. Built on the Unyson framework with Bootstrap code, Jevelin is compatible with all the plugins and shopping carts you’ll need to run a successful WordPress based store. Jevelin is perfectly responsive, it’s mobile friendly for both blogging and eCommerce, it’s very well organized for SEO and creating a successful online brand is relatively easy, thanks to the number of custom options you can choose from setting up your store. You’ll love the nimble style of this theme, the encouraging documentation, the dashing features and the alluring price.
With an attractive design, plentiful features and a full service eCommerce store, lots of folks have chosen to use the Float WordPress theme to build their online store. Many WordPress eCommerce templates have static, plain designs and I haven’t seen too many that use parallax, but Float does. I think it pulls it off quite well too. With float, you can create a modern, slick looking WooCommerce shop, but if you want to sell digital products, you could choose to go with Easy Digital Downloads too. I think Float would work particularly well as a digital downloads store. Right now, if you purchase Float, you actually get a bonus theme for free. Float offers a 30 day money back guarantee, you can use this GPL theme on as many sites as you want to and you get a full year of support and updates.
This theme is called Uncode, you may have heard of it. With around 40,000 sales and a near-perfect rating on ThemeForest, plenty of people have. Built to impress, to showcase products, to help you build a business, Uncode is a high performance miracle of a theme. With a very fast page load speed, clean code and an even cleaner design, Uncode has carved out a place in history as one of the best themes ever made. Uncode has so many demo sites to take a look at, it’s kind of ridiculous. It’s a totally multipurpose eCommerce shop in a box. The theme options are plentiful and easy to use, the support staff is fast and friendly, this tendy and contemporary theme is simply among the best eCommerce WordPress templates around.
Hestia Pro is a nice looking material design theme for WordPress and it offers eCommerce too, so whatever WordPress shopping cart you choose to employ, Hestia Pro will help you make a successful place on the internet. I don’t think it matters what kind of products you’re selling, though Hestia Pro’s material design style might lend itself to things like software or SEO services. Building a WordPress shop doesn’t have to be difficult and with Hestia Pro, it isn’t. For startups or established businesses, the parallax scrolling, one page layout helps to highlight each section of your content and make it shine. This theme is well worth having a look at.
Wright is an ultra-minimalist theme that’s a solid blend of blog, eCommerce and portfolio. I really like the minimalist design and all the benefits you get from having a minimalist site. It doesn’t mean that your website will lack features, but it does mean it will load up lightning fast and look great on any size screen. That provides a great user experience and makes it more likely that you can convert traffic into sales. That’s the big thing, if somebody ends up on your website, that’s the hard part. You really don’t want to lose that sale because your site loads slow or looks janky on somebody’s mobile phone. That won’t happen with Wright, because it is a completely mobile friendly experience and that makes for the best user experience possible. Wright could be the best eCommerce minimalist theme around. To see more clean WordPress themes, check out our collection.
Kalium is a premium theme for WordPress that’s been the choice for thousands of business owners who have also wanted to set up an online eCommerce store, just like you. Kalium is very popular thanks to it’s simple, modern and clean design, sleek arrangement of content, powerful features and bold typography. The shopping cart itself is every bit as stylish and with Kalium, your website and your products will look amazing on all devices, because this theme is totally mobile friendly. Kalium supports WooCommerce of course, but every other shopping cart can work with it too, so don’t feel like you need to be tied to one cart. With so many out there, a little variety could be just what you need to stand out from the crowd.
Studio 8 is like a might oak, it’s strong an powerfully built, it’s full of strong branches that can be loaded with tons of products? Stuff? I guess maybe it’s not like an oak after all, but it is a well designed WooCommerce WordPress theme that I’m happy to recommend. There’s a gigantic amounts of features that make for a really enthusiastic reader, or buyer in the case of eCommerce, when they make it to your website. The design is clean and agreeable, the layout is never jumbled and untidy, and this cheerful design is one that makes your shop like electric, professional and useful. No matter what type of product, it’s unquestionable that the Studio 8 WordPress theme will never leave you wanting. You’ll be able to generate a dramatic and exultant WordPress eCommerce site. There’s no utopia in WordPress themes, but the Studio 8 theme comes close to creating perfection.
ThemesKingdom has made several really attractive themes for eCommerce sites and none has has more of an impact that CoupShop. The CoupShop WordPress theme was inspired by glossy print magazines and with all the white space, the typography centered layouts, big and impactful images and thoughtfully placed calls to action, it’s a very successful theme. It can be a real challenge to run your own eCommerce website so picking the right theme is critical. With CoupShop, you get a platform that’s stable, attractive and flexible enough to work for nearly any sort of product. CoupShop has what it takes to be a sort of parnter for you in building a very successful online business.
LaBomba is a WooCommerce based theme that looks a little different than many other eCommerce themes, so I though it might be worth highlighting what this theme can accomplish. Specifically built for fashion trends and online clothing shops, LaBomba is perfect for creating a combination lookbook, portfolio and blog in one finely knitted package. I couldn’t think of any other clothing reference, let me know if you think of something better. Okay, so for a fashion store, you get multiple headers to choose from, unlimited colors too. There are almost two dozen different home page layouts and Visual Composer support means you can build even more, if you want to. I think the clean design and the number of features make it a really good eCommerce template.
Hopefully you found what you were looking for in this collection, but I realize that there are a lot of themes out there, so I can’t include everything at once. However, we’ve got another great collection of WordPress WooCommerce themes to check out. There are plenty more themes in that collection, so hopefully you see something you really enjoy.