Depending on where you live, it might be difficult to imagine wearing lightweight fabrics and enjoying a walk in the park. However, warm weather season will be here throughout the United States in just a few weeks. Is your wardrobe ready? Adding a few new fashion trends to your closet for the coming warm weather season doesn't have to cost a fortune. There are plenty of little things you can add or even put together with things that are already in your closet that can make you look fashion forward this season. Below are just a few ideas to get you started: 1. Add a little orange."Elle" magazine calls orange the "new black." Although there are certainly a lot of pumpkin-colored dresses on the New York and Paris runways this season, you don't have to spring for a designer dress to take advantage of this trend. A vibrant orange scarf can add a little "pop" to a classic black dress or the casual combo of black jeans and a white tee. Or, scour the second-hand stores for some Bakelite orange earrings with combine vintage with trendy. 2. Be crafty. Colorful hand-made purses, jewelry and other accessories are another trend for spring and summer, according to "Harper's Bazaar" magazine. They call it "hippie haute," but we call it crafty and affordable. Dig out that macrame purse of your mother's or haunt the import stores for colorful woven bracelets or a backpack with a Central American Indian design to rock this look. 3. Black and white is back. Black and white never seems to go out of style, and "In Style" magazine is lauding the combo as a trend to watch for this spring and summer. This one's easy to create with items you already own. Instead of black pants and a white top, however, go all black or all white with a single accessory like a scarf or purse in the opposite color. Getting your closet ready for warm weather season doesn't have to be expensive or involve replacing a lot of items. All you need is a plan and a few well-chosen accessories and you'll be all set for when the weather breaks.