Hey there Demian. Welcome to the Webflow community.
Unfortunately, at this time, WordPress and Webflow are fairly incompatible platforms. Udesly is a great tool for pulling your Webflow designs into WordPress as a theme, but there are some specific parameters to follow along with some restrictions on what you can do.
That being said, once you have your site in WordPress, you would just install the Woocommerce plugin(s) that you want to use, and then control/manage them from the WordPress Admin panel.
The problem here comes with maintenance and design updates, as I am not sure about the process of updating the theme, designing the WooCommerce elements without using custom code, etc.
Not sure that helps, but maybe it gives you a bit of guidance. Let me know if you need me to be more specific about any part of that.