Using the right WooCommerce theme matters a lot. There are hundreds of thousands of themes out there, so deciding on the one that’s perfect for you is always a challenge.
A beautiful theme with amazing built-in features can sound great on paper, but it may flop in actual usage. For an ecommerce site, you need to ensure that it’s fully compatible with WooCommerce.
Dessky Team had tested a bunch of popular WooCommerce themes for speed and came up with the following results:
They are all ultra-fast, lightweight, free and open source WordPress themes built with the best coding practices.
When paired with a page builder such as Elementor or Beaver Builder, they can help you create almost any site.
If you’re short on budget, it’s perfectly fine to start with a free theme and upgrade later to a premium solution.
We recommend leaving page builders behind to reduce bloat. Instead, go for a theme that supports WordPress native block editor Gutenberg.
To decide on a theme, we suggest you list down all the features you need in your online store. Then go for a theme that covers most of your feature requirements. This will help you cut down dependency on bloated multi-purpose themes and third-party plugins.