Check out a full list (with links) of the best new WordPress themes for September 2014 at Website Magazine.
Fukasawa is a minimal masonry style blog theme for photographers and collectors. It features responsive & retina-ready design, support for the image, gallery and video post formats, five custom widgets, an archive page template, a gallery slideshow, custom accent color support, custom logo support, editor styles and translation ready code.
Give your blog a modern look of an online newspaper with ExpressCurate. The WordPress Theme provides a two column responsive design that is ideal for curated content. Add this theme to your list of must-haves as it works on all devices (phones, tablets, desktops) and features infinite scrolling which is sure to impress users.
An incredibly full featured theme, Nirvana is what Wordpress themes should be. The theme features advanced typography controls, a simple user interface with over 200 settings for various design elements (such as the theme's slider homepage) and is responsive as well.
One of the few themes that will make you look twice, Moesia is a uber-modern business that lets administrators choose from eleven predefined blocks and build a homepage custom to their company. Each block can have a parallax background image and its own set of colors. The theme also provides a selection of Google fonts, nice animations and effects and more.
A multi-author blogging theme with a long list of features with some very unique design elements. Convac Lite is ideal for those looking to create blogging communities, offers a responsive layout, threaded comments, and is translation ready.
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Check out ten more new themes for Wordpress blogs released in September 2014