7 New Trends to Try This Season ...

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With every season comes a wave of new trends to try, and this winter is no different.

Taking a moment to check out the latest ways to wear recent purchases as well as pieces you already have can be a fun opportunity for expanding your closet.

The start of each season is a perfect time for determining how to find contemporary looks and make them all your own.

While every popular style may not be for you, discovering new trends to try always promises to be an exciting endeavor.3

1. Leather Detail

Leather Detail

Of all the new trends to try this season, leather detail is likely the most versatile.

Whether it's patched onto a sweater or incorporated in certain portions of a coat, the understated compromise of leather detail instantly adds a polished yet edgy twist to any ensemble.

If you're typically not one to sport leather, this is a great way to explore without going too far out of your comfort zone.

Now found on everything from clothing and outerwear to accessories, this look is definitely one to try!

2. Layering

Layering

With the cold weather in full swing, what better time is there to embrace this awesome trend?

Layering a long, simple tank underneath a knit or flannel will not only add a little warmth to your ensemble, but also leave you looking effortless and comfy.

If you are typically a fan of a more polished look, try sporting a collared top under your favorite sweater.

The beauty of layering is that much of this trend is based upon your own personal style, so have fun playing around with the pieces you already own.

3. High Socks and a Skirt

High Socks and a Skirt

Who knew fashion of the 90s would be making its way back to us in 2014!

Definitely one of the braver trends to try this season, high socks and skirts are no longer a thing of the past.

This "Clueless" inspired look is not only fun, but can be worn a lot of different ways.

For example, pairing high socks and a skirt with black combat boots will help you add a bit of grunge to this typically feminine trend.

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