More Choices With More Premium Themes

There’s only one thing more exciting than an amazing new WordPress theme available for your site and that’s even more amazing new WordPress themes. With that in mind, I’m excited to announce that today we have three new Premium Themes ready for you! Each one features custom support direct from the theme providers themselves and, of course, stunning designs and cool features. Let’s get right to them and check them out.

First of all, we’re happy to introduce a beautiful and fresh new theme from popular theme provider, StudioPress. It’s called, Pretty Young Thing, and I think you’ll find that it lives up to its name. Underneath the pretty surface is StudioPress’ customizable Genesis framework. It’s available now for the one-time price of $75.

The Pretty Young Thing Theme

The Pretty Young Thing Theme

From WooThemes, designers of the Headlines theme, comes the appropriately named, Crisp. A handsome and sharp-looking theme designed specifically for Tumblelogging. To do that it takes advantage of eight of our new special Post Formats, giving you special styles for Image, Link, Quote, Video, Audio, Aside, Gallery, and Status posts. It’s available now for the one-time price of $45.

The Crisp Theme

And last, but certainly not least, from The Theme Foundry, who brought you Shelf, comes the Traction theme. Traction is a richly-designed magazine theme with a featured post slider, multiple color schemes, and even more features! It’s available now for the one-time price of $68.

The Traction Theme

While you’re previewing any one of these themes on the theme showcase check out the sidebar. If you love a premium theme you can purchase and activate it right from the showcase page! (In fact, you can activate any theme from the showcase — premium or free — if you’re logged in. Check it out!)

More fantastic and amazing new themes — premium and free — are, as always, on the way. We hope you’re as excited about them as we are. Let us know what you think!

See full post here: WordPress.com News2011-03-02.