Top 5 Woocommerce Themes of 2018

After careful consideration of all your alternatives, you’ve finally decided to go with WooCommerce as your online store platform. Great choice! After you’ve installed WordPress you need to look for a proper theme that fits your needs and to that end, here’s a list of my personal favorite themes of 2018.

1. Shopkeeper

It boasts unlimited advanced theme options that let you create a stunning format for your business needs. This theme is flexible, easy to customize, and doesn’t require you to learn any complex coding skills or knowledge. In short, you can start building your dream site out of the box! The theme comes integrated with Visual Composer, saving you lots of time and further simplifying customization. You can choose from tons of pre-built layouts or even customize your own to fit your desired look and feel.

2. Flatsome

Even though it’s the number one WooCommerce theme on ThemeForest it only sticks the number 2 spot on my list, falling short on the number of customization options it provides. Don’t get me wrong, the theme is great and besides having a clear design and carefully arranged products page that make for a simple user experience it also features a multitude of built-in social media integration.

3. XStore

It’s a modern, elegant and an easy to use theme, that packs a powerful set of premium plugins that streamline the e-commerce building process. XStore has no less than 70 professionally made, ready to use websites that take less than a minute to setup and use which helps store owners save valuable time going through documentation trying to figure out how to get started.

4. April

Between homepage styles to blog-post and product page design, you get hundreds of combinations to chose from. April comes with an extra $50 worth of premium plugins like Visual Composer and Revolution Slider. With a fresh design and responsive layout, April will help you create the look and feel of a great store without any headake, thanks to a carefully written documentation and a support team ready to help at a moment’s notice.

5. Uncode

A truly unique theme that is well developed and integrated with WordPress’s admin panel, extending its functionality with some custom features. Out of the box, Uncode provides many ready to use demos including a powerful Woocommerce store that features clean product page designs that will drive conversions rates like no other.


There you have it, these are my top 5 favorite WooCommerce themes of 2018, thus far. Let me know which of these have you tried and what I should have added to the list. I look forward to hearing your thougts!