Not having more info, either one will work to be honest. It really depends on what you want to accomplish with your website. Most would answer "well I want as many visitors as possible to purchase my products". I get that, but there's much more to a business model than "I want everyone to buy from me" and WooCommerce and Shopify differ slightly IF you have additional goals.
I just completed a website for a Film Director & Producer. He wants to sell a handful of products on his site while also garnering interest in the purchasers also donating...I went with WooCommerce for my client's products.
Most important (to avoid analysis paralysis), choose one and GET STARTED!
Hope this helps....let me know if I can be of further assistance.
They're both really powerful platforms. But my vote goes to Shopify simply because its interface is easier to use compared to WooCommerce.
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