PRICE $0.00
TYPE Magento

Clothes Store is a pre-designed Magento theme for an online clothes store. The theme provides you with a powerful set of cool features like sliders with full width & great animated pictures, additional video background and much more incorporating usability & great style into your online clothing store. This Magento theme offering your website the power of responsiveness. It adjusts its own contents to display them on any of the device resolutions, thus, engaging a wide range of visitors including Smartphones and Tablet users.

We are providing this awesome & cool Magento template absolutely free of cost with the best premium features. You can manage options like language, currency, payment engines and some others. This platform is better if you have some programming and design skills. Grab this best e-commerce free Magento template now.

Software Required:

  • Adobe Photoshop CC+
  • Magento Community Edition 1.9x
  • Sublime text2, Notepad ++ or any other Php editor.
  • A ZIP software for uncompressing the template files. (WinZip 9+ for Windows or Stuffit Expander 10+ for Mac).
  • Our Magento themes are designed to be used with the Clean install without sample data i.e. provided with the default theme.

Theme Features:

  • Multiple Currency supported.
  • Sliced PSD.
  • Back to Top Button.
  • Commenting System.
  • Cross-browser compatibility.
  • Custom page templates.
  • Dropdown cart.
  • Favicon supported.
  • Dropdown menus.
  • Google Map.
  • Google Web fonts.
  • Live Search.
  • Social options.
  • Megamenu
  • Newsletter pop-up.
  • Multiple Languages supported.
  • Video integration.
 Gallery Script:
  •  Accordion.
  • Carousel.
  • Slider.
 Magento Extensions:
  • Cloud Zoom.
  • Social Icons.
Animation Features:
  • HTML plus JS.
  • Parallax Effect.
  • Background Video.
  • CSS 3.
  • HTML 5.
  • JQuery.
  • Semantic code.
  • Valid coding.

Theme Documentation:

 Complete installation:

 The installation process consists of 3 stages:

  1. Creating a database.
  2. Uploading all the required files to the server.
  3. Installing a Magento Commerce engine together with the template you have purchased.

Let’s get started!

  1. Creating a Database:

First, you need to prepare a new database for your Magento store. You can create the new database using the database management tool from your hosting control panel (usually PhpMyAdmin). The following data will be received while creating a database: database name, database username, password and your server name. You need to save this data as you will need it for further Magento installation.

With the PhpMyAdmin tool you will be able to create a new database in 3 simple steps:

Step 1:- Click the Database button from the top navigation menu to access the database listing.

Step 2:-Input the database name into the “Create new database”.

Step 3:- Click the Create button on the right side.

Your database can be seen in the database listing now.

  1. Sample data import:

Magento template package contains the sample data file (dump.sql or dump.gz). This file is located under the /sources/sample_datafolder of your template. It allows you to load sample data so that your website looks exactly like our demo template.

In order to install the dump file, follow the steps below:

-> Log into PhpMyAdmin and then select the database that you will use for Magento Commerce (It was created by you with the help of the steps provided earlier).

-> Navigate to “Import” tab and click “Browse”.

-> Find the “/sources/sample_data”folder of your template and select the sql.gz.file.

-> Click on “GO”. The import process can take a few minutes.

  1. Download Magento Archive File:

In order to install Magento, you need to download the archive file from the official Magento website. Select the archive type from the drop-down menu and click Download. It is necessary to register the account on Magento website in order to download the engine.

  1. Extracting Files:

When you are done with the download, you’ll need to extract the files from the Magento engine package. This can be done with any archive manager like WinZip (PC)Stuffit Expander (MAC), etc.

  1. Uploading Magento Engine files:

In case you extracted the files locally on your computer, you need to upload them to your hosting server. This can be done using the hosting control panel File Manager or with any FTP Manager applications like FileZilla, TotalCommander, CuteFTP, etc.

  1. Uploading Theme files:

The next step of the setup procedure is the template installation. The template should be installed in any case, whether you use sample data or not.

-> First of all, open the template package and go to the theme###.

-> Upload theme###folder contents to the Magento installation directory (upload “app”“skin” and other folders). These folders contain the theme files. They will not affect your existing files.

-> If you have imported the sql.gz file and are going to use the template sample data, you need to upload the product images. Upload the “media” folder from the template sources/sample_data directory to the Magento installation root directory.

-> If you didn’t install the dump.sql.gz file, there is no need to upload the “media”.

  1. Magento Engine Installation:

When you are done with uploading files, you can start with Magento engine installation. Open your browser and in the address bar type your ‘domain name/path to your Magento directory’. After the welcome screen displayed, follow the steps below:

Step 1: Installation Assistant

Please read the license agreement and click the “I agree to the above terms and conditions” checkbox if you agree with the terms.

Step 2: Installation Assistant (Localization)

Select the Locale, Time Zone and Default Currency. The Locale option defines your Magento store backend language. If you want to change the frontend language, you need to download and install Magento frontend locales. All the options can be easily changed later using the Magento admin panel.

Step 3: Configuration

Here you need to input the store database details and some initial settings. Database Connection – input the database hostname, username, password and name. Contact your hosting provider if you don’t have the necessary details. Make sure you have a database created for the Magento installation. And also make sure it is clear, without any tables. Web access options and Session Storage Options – please leave the options without any changes if you are not sure. The default settings usually work fine. If everything is correct, please click ‘Continue‘ button.

Step 4: Create Admin Account

Here you need to input personal details for the store owner and administrator. When you are done, click ‘Continue’ button.

Step 5: You are All Set

This is the final step of installation. Copy the generated encryption key and keep it safe. You can use the buttons in the bottom right corner to view the store front end and the Admin Panel.

Theme Strategy:

Theme Configuration:
Step 1- Activating the new template:
  • Open Magento admin panel and navigate to System > Design in the top menu.
  • Click the “Add Design Change” button.
  • In the “Custom Design” field, select the theme name (for example, theme###).
  • Click “Save” button to confirm the changes.
Step 2- Reindex data:
  • Open the Magento admin panel and in the top menu select System > Index Management.
  • Check the “Select All” box in the top left the corner.
  • In the “Actions” field select “Reindex Data“.
  • Click “Submit” button.
Step 3- Disable Cache:

In order to make the changes appear on your website with no delay, you need to disable cache. It prevents additional cache clearing actions after every change you make. You can enable it when you are done with store editing.

  • Open Magento admin panel and navigate to System > Cache Management in the top menu.
  • In the top, left corner click “Select All“.
  • On the right side, in the “Actions” field select “Disable“.
  • Click “Submit” button.
Step 4- Logo Configuration:

Please follow these steps when setting up logo image included in the theme package.

  • Open the Magento Admin Panel and select System > Configuration in the top menu.
  • Select the “Design” tab.
  • In the “Header” section, edit the “Logo Image Src” field value. Change it from “gif” to “png“.
  • Click “Save Config”

In order to install your company logo, you need to upload the logo image file into the /images folder of your Magento theme.

Step 5- Extensions Configuration:
Currency Module:
  • Open the Magento admin panel.
  • From the top menu select System > Configuration.
  • Then click General and select the Currency Setup
  • In the Currency Options, holding the CTRL key select the allowed currencies that can be used to display prices in your Magento store. When you are done, click the Save Config button to save your changes.
  • Navigate to System > Manage Currency Rates in the top menu.
  • Set the required currency rate values or use the Import Service. Click the Save Currency Rates button to save your changes.
Polls Module:

From the top menu select CMS > Polls.

 Olark Live Chat:

To set up a live chat, you’ll need to register on the official Web site Olark registration. After you provide all the data required, you’ll get a code to add to your admin panel.

 Cloud Zoom:

The Cloud Image Zoom settings allow to change the pop-up picture dimensions and to set the image original size.

 Add This:

The Sharing Tool settings allow you to choose how the icons are displayed. The recommended settings are shown in the picture.


Magento engine is a great solution for your online store. The default engine package contains all the modules necessary for successful sales. Open source allows you to offer really outstanding merchant possibilities for your customers.



Clothes Store is a free Magento 1.9 template packed with premium features with awesome crafting design & is a great online clothes shopping website builder which gives a clean & professional online store.

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Template Information

Created On:
March 8, 2018
Updated On:
March 13, 2018
Widget Ready:
High Resolution:
Compatible Browsers:
IE9, IE10, IE11, Firefox, Safari, Opera, Edge
Compatible With:
Magento CE version 1.6.xx and, and
Files Included:
PHP Files, HTML Files, CSS Files, JS Files, PSD