There’s no better time than the beginning of a new year to give your wardrobe a bit of an upgrade. With 2017 right around the corner there are plenty of options to add to your lineup. From feminine details and pops of embellishment to clean lines and classic silhouettes, this year has it all. So, whether you’re simply supplementing your seasonal arsenal with a few of-the-moment styles or starting from scratch with entirely new pieces, these trends are ideal for refreshing your collection.

Modern Flares

The skinny jean has been the silhouette of choice in the denim world for some time now. But if the tapered cut has never been your favorite, 2017 has got you covered with the return of the flare. While skinny cuts aren’t necessarily obsolete yet, designers are bringing back bell bottoms from both the early 2000s and the mid-’70s—making the return of this trend twice as nice. Choose a high-waisted style in a dark wash and pair them with a silk blouse and chunky heel for a more casual take on the flare. Alternatively you can opt for an office-friendly look with flared trousers in a neutral camel hue and a crisp button-up.

Embellished Sneakers

Fashion’s obsession with sportswear is here to stay, which means sneakers will continue to be extremely popular in the upcoming year. To update this trend for 2017, swap out the classic white trainers you’ve been rocking for a style that features bold prints and embellishments. Glitter, leopard, and satin updates to sneakers effortlessly dress up an outfit (and give you a reason to buy multiple pairs, and because of their versatility, you can never have too many).

Ruffle Accents

No longer reserved for the ultimate girly-girl in the group, this year’s frilly details are more accessible (and wearable) than ever before. With their inherently romantic feel, ruffles lend a pop of femininity to any ensemble. Whether you want that pop to be subtle or over-the-top is entirely up to you. For a more understated approach to this three-dimensional trend, opt for a top with a ruffle accent rather than tiers of cascading fabric. Choose a silhouette to suit your style with a simple tee, off-the-shoulder shirt, crop top, or something in between—but look for a touch of frill on the collar, hem, or sleeve. To kill two trends with one stone (so to speak) try a design with a ruffled, oversized bell sleeve for a statement-making finish with tons of movement.

Velvet Everything

Rich, opulent, and super sumptuous, there’s nothing quite like velvet. Once relegated to the holiday season, the luxe fabric did not shy away the warm-weather catwalks of Spring 2017, which officially deemed the tactile material wearable all year round. Available in every color, style, and silhouette imaginable— from pastel pink pantsuits to cobalt blue ankle boots—the modern velvet trend is just as versatile as it is eye-catching.