If you want the most flexible, lightweight way to design your WooCommerce store, you can use the Elementor Hello theme plus Elementor Pro Theme/WooCommerce Builder.
Elementor Hello provides a super lightweight foundation. Then, you can use the dedicated WooCommerce widgets and templating features in Elementor Theme Builder to design your shop and product pages.
With dedicated widgets for individual product details, like prices and add to cart buttons, you have full control over exactly how your store’s shop and product pages look.
One thing to consider with this approach, though, is that you’ll need to use CSS to style your cart and checkout pages. If that’s a dealbreaker for you, you can still pair Elementor WooCommerce Builder with one of the other lightweight themes on this list.
That way, you can use a dedicated WooCommerce theme to control your cart and checkout pages, while retaining the flexibility of Elementor’s WooCommerce Builder to design your product and shop pages.
For example, Elementor WooCommerce Builder pairs perfectly with the next three themes on this list (and you can still use it with all the other themes, too).
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