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If you are retrofitting your current design it’s kind of impossible to use any of the existing frameworks without rewriting most if not all of your code. So might as well start fresh.
With so many frameworks available it becomes personal preference when deciding which one to choose. At the end of the day they are just tools. So pick the one that fits *you* best. You might need to experiment little with each but that’s okay, you’ll learn that much more.
I would start with the two most popular ones:
Just to note. I am not telling you to forget about retrofitting your website. Try it and see what kind of results you get. Test your current site as is (load times, size, etc) then compare with the new mock up. Just be informed, so you can make educated decisions about the direction of your website.