As always, the month of September saw the release of several awesome free WordPress themes. While most eyes are fixed on the rapid pace at which Twenty Sixteen is being developed, there were several other theme releases this month as well.
In fact, Automattic released a couple of new themes in September (apart from Twenty Sixteen). Also, the trend this month was in favor of child themes. So all said and done, let’s sum up the top WordPress themes from September 2015.
Released by WP Kube, Launch is a free WordPress theme meant for placeholder purposes. So if you are looking for a “coming soon” theme, Launch is what you should look at. It features tight integration with MailChimp, and is fully responsive and easily customizable.
Cannyon is a multipurpose and clean WordPress theme, based on Bootstrap. It is responsive and translation ready, and is geared more towards corporate websites.
Released by Automattic, Libre is as minimal as a WordPress theme can get. Responsive and ready for translation, Libre is meant for personal blogs and websites with longform content, wherein the focus rests on the content and good typography.
Yet another theme from the Automattic stable, Kent is also meant for personal blogs. However, it can also double up as a small and handy magazine WordPress theme. It is fully responsive and translation ready, and sports a funky sidebar with gravatar image.
Tography Lite is a responsive and free WordPress theme meant for photographers and visual artists, and virtually anyone who might need a digital portfolio. It relies heavily on CSS animations to render effects, and also has a Pro version.
Lifestyle is a child theme for the ever-popular Omega WordPress theme. It is super minimal and is meant for folks who need a minimal and classic touch for their blogs.
Polymer is a child theme for the Stargazer parent theme. It is responsive, minimal, and is inspired by Google’s Material Design.
Flat Shop Lite
Flat Shop Lite is a WordPress theme for eCommerce websites. It integrates well with WooCommerce, and also has a Pro version.
Oberon is a child theme for Twenty Fifteen. Basically, it does not do much and inherits all the features of Twenty Fifteen — it simply changes the default layout by moving the navigation menu and sidebar to the right, rather than left.
AccessPress Store is an eCommerce WordPress theme that integrates with WooCommerce. It features custom home page layouts, custom sliders, custom widgets, as well as specialized layouts for checkout pages.
And that brings us to the end of this month’s roundup. I recently did a special roundup of some amazing free WordPress themes with super clean and minimal design. Check that one out here.
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