There should be an option to add custom CSS to the theme that will over ride the styles. Normally found in your theme settings. If there is not a custom CSS area, you can access the CSS somewhere around Appearance > Editor. If you then navigate to
style.css you can apply changes there.
However using this method will undo changes made if you update your theme, I would suggest using a child theme 🙂 There are several benefits to using Child Themes, a few are:
- Modifications to CSS will be not be reverted if the Theme is updated
- Allows the user to experiment with the design of the Theme without potentially destroying the original code!
I won’t mention any more as they can all be found in the link provided. Hope this helps!