It doesn't take much to update your wardrobe! Start fresh in 2015 by wearing a few key pieces outside of your norm. From boho blouses to gingham prints, trying just one of these trends can transform your whole look.
Instead of stilettos... try platforms, flatforms and wedges
Breathe a sigh of relief for your aching feet. While 2014 was all about the single-sole heel, 2015 offers plenty of height without as much hurt. You’ll have tons of wedges, platforms and flatforms to choose from when you're looking for that extra lift.
Zara Leather Platform High Heeled Sandal, $60
Instead of a peacoat... try a cocoon coat
Trade your standard peacoat for a trendy "cocoon" coat named for its enveloping shape. When style stars like Duchess Kate and Michelle Obama own a look, you know it has to be good.
Topshop Collarless Wool Blend Blanket Coat, $60
Instead of simple studs... try mismatched earrings
From different colors to asymmetric shapes, unbalanced earrings are the latest way to adorn your lobes.
Avant Garde Paris Kana Earrings, $60
Instead of basic ballet flat... try pointy toe flats
Try replacing your rounded ballet flat with its pointy-toed sister. Look for one with a slim ankle strap and then wear from work to weekend – it’s the perfect mix of casual and polished!
Topshop Saloon Ankle Strap Flat, $40
Instead of leather... try suede
If you're considering an investment piece, be open to something with a softer touch than leather. Suede skirts, pants, trenches and, of course, accessories, are a smooth way to update your look.
Halston Heritage Suede Fit and Flare Skirt, $167
Instead of wearing all black... try all white
Don’t tell grandma – but in 2015, white is officially an all-seasons color. This winter, try mixing shades of cream, white and ivory for a luxe look that’s both fresh and fashionable. Just last month, Tamron showed us how winter white is done!
Instead of skinny pants... try wide-leg trousers
Skinny jeans have become a wardrobe staple, but it’s time to loosen up! Swap out a few of your skinnies for a wider leg pant to create a modern (and comfy) silhouette.
Kate Spade Saturday Wide-Leg Trousers, $98
Instead of plaid... try gingham
Gingham is all grown up and available in every shape this season. Whether small and sweet or oversized and eye-catching, this gridlock pattern is destined to be a street-style hit.
ASOS Gingham Collarless Longline Blazer, $95
Instead of sharp-edged blazers... try billowy boho styles
Soften up your look with silhouettes that are flowy and free. A billowing maxi dress or semi-sheer blouse can look romantic and fresh for either day or night.
French Connection Springfield Flower Lace Top, $100