Street Style: Trends To Try Now

From wide-leg trousers, to fabulously furry clutches, these trends will continue to have a major moment in the new year.

Celia L. Smith Dec, 31, 2014

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The fuzzy clutch trend is a favorite of ours because it’s a simple way to make your look standout. This season, designer Harbison's mink clutch is killing it! Just keep your look paired-down when partnering this clutch with it.

Grace Mahary from Canada.

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Light wash jeans are winning right now. If you’re still stuck on skinny jeans that’s cool, but this midi-length, cropped style will add a bit of flair to your look.

Gabrielle Prescod from New York City.

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Allexis Teape from Brooklyn.

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Patricia Luensmann from Germany.

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The gap is widening for pant legs this season. The more billowy, the better when you’re rocking this 70s style trouser–– just make sure you have the perfect platform.

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Grasie Mercedes from Los Angeles.

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Ndoema from Bangui.

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The art of layering these days means more than a simple T-shirt and blazer moment. Pile on pieces that give personality to your look.

Shiona Turini from Bermuda.

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Danielle Prescod from NYC.

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Nicole Chapoteau from New York City.

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Kim and Kanye have made conscious coupling for clothing, a real thing. This time around it’s about your cooler rendition of his style versus literally copying that makes the look more chic than cheesy.

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N’ima Ford and friends.

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Plaid is more powerful in numbers, and word to the wise: it does not have to match.

Ade Samuel from Los Angeles

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Preetma Singh from New York City

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Sparkly embellishments are not only for the tween set this season. Embellished jeans, jackets and even Birkenstocks have found a way to make basic items anything but boring.

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Corinna Williams from New York City.