# Theme style

This guide describes the Theme settings > Theme Style menu options to change Label’s preset style for your store.

The following video shows Label’s three theme styles applied to an example store.

For general guidance with adjusting a theme setting, refer to Settings overview.

Changing your theme’s preset style affects the settings, look and feel of your store. Some settings are lost when you change presets, but your store’s content is retained.

# Change your theme’s preset style

To change your theme’s preset style:

  1. Go to Theme settings > Theme Style.

  2. Select one of the following preset options, and then select Change style.

  • Music. The music theme style is optimized for artists and music stores. This preset supports multiple artists, with large catalogs, as well as physical and digital products. Label includes a dedicated Products > Music page template, with sections for videos, a tour and events calendar, an audio player, track listings, and more.

  • Fashion. The fashion preset was created for designers and outlets. Add multiple labels, products, and collections, with high resolution photographs. Label provides a dedicated Products > Fashion page template, with useful sections for videos, galleries, lookbooks, blog pages, and more.

  • Books. Designed for bookstores, Label’s books theme style is perfect for selling physical and digital books. Label’s dedicated Products > Books page template has sections for cataloging, publishing book reviews, making recommendations, with support extensive collections, and more.

    The theme style menu in theme settings.

In the following image, each theme style is applied to a store’s homepage. From left to right, the theme styles are Music (left), Fashion (center), and Books (right).

Three example homepages. Each homepage has a different Label theme style preset applied.