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New year, new look! 5 fresh new trends to try in 2017

It's a new year so it's the perfect time to try a new trend for 2017. TODAY Style Squad member Lilliana Vazquez shares the latest looks.
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It's a new year! So why not try a new look (or four) for 2017? TODAY Style Squad member Lilliana Vazquez visited TODAY Tuesday to share the hottest style trends and fads that will be big in 2017.

Button-up shirt ... but better

There's nothing better than a button-up shirt, but this year is all about remixing the classic. Try a new shape or neckline for a look that's really fresh and different.


Preppy Chic Flap Skirt in Army Green, $38, Chicwish


Skylynn Flats, $60, ShoeDazzle


Dress ... but over a skirt

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If you're looking to really make a splash in the new year, try mixing and matching a few items you already know in unique ways. For example, wearing a dress over your skirt will look funky and fashion-forward! Put it on with some confidence and prepare for the compliments.

Best of Basic Shift Dress in White, $59, Chicwish


Pink ... but paired with orange


From fuchsia to blush, pink had a big year in 2016. But in 2017, the classically girly color is getting a reboot with an infusion of orange. This pair will make every outfit look even cooler than before.

A bustier ... but over another top


Maybe you wore one of these corset-like tops under a blazer or with a skirt for a special occasion. Now, the look can be worn at any time of day! Paired with a comfy pair of boyfriend jeans and on top of a button-down shirt, it's the perfect everyday look.

Rhinestone Bustier Crop Top, $16, Ashley Stewart

Ashley Stewart

L&L Boyfriend Jean, $80, Addition Elle

Addition Elle

Monochrome ... but in a neutral color

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Last year was all about pairing similar jewel tones in a monochrome look. To help bring your guy into 2017, try a look that mixes camel colors together.