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Belfast Fashion Spy: 'Everything Jennifer Lawrence wears is just great and she suits so many different styles'

Published 05/11/2015

Caroline Skuce
Caroline Skuce
Elizabeth Byrne
Robyn Turkington
Maria Hall
Stefanie Mills
Joanne McKendry
Rebekah Parkinson

Our reporter Rachel Dean checks out the style at Victoria Square, Belfast and finds plenty of trendy people out and about.

Caroline Skuce (25), business analyst, Enniskillen

Wore what? Shirt, £35, scarf, £30, both Topshop; jeans, £30, Zara; jacket, £200, Barbour; boots, £90, Dune; bag, £900, Mulberry.

Why? At the moment I have been sticking to autumn colours, mostly because I like to keep up with trends and those colours are all in right now. I prefer buying less at a more expensive cost.

Who? I really like Victoria Beckham because she is a fashion designer and I studied fashion design at university. I love her designs.

  • Monthly spend £200

Elizabeth Byrne (28), social worker, Co Down

Wore what? Top, £10, hat, £10, both TK Maxx; jeans, £60, Guess; cardigan, £20, Dorothy Perkins; scarf, £3, market in Thailand; boots, £30, New Look; bag, £50, Dune.

Why? I tend to layer my outfits and I love anything comfortable. I don't like anything that is too much or stands out a lot. My style is more informal as I work with kids a lot.

Who? I really love Jennifer Lawrence - everything she wears is just great. She suits so many different styles.

  • Monthly spend £100-150

Robyn Turkington (20), beauty therapist, Portadown

Wore what? Jumper, £6, poncho, £15, both Primark; jeans, £20, Studio (Craigavon); boots, £60, Faith (in Debenhams); bag, gift, Michael Kors.

Why? My style varies on a day-to-day basis. One day I could be so casual with just a hoodie and jeans, the next I could be more dressed up. I usually prefer blacks and browns.

Who? I love Michelle Keegan's style, it's so sophisticated and beautiful.

  • Monthly spend £300

Maria Hall (26), retail assistant, Belfast

Wore what? Jumper, £30, gilet, £50, shoes, £70, all River Island; skirt, £8, bag, gift, Fiorelli.

Why? I like my outfits to be dressy, even during the day. I try to keep up with the trends and I am loving the colours this season.

Who? I follow most of the Kardashians on Instagram, they are all stylish in different ways.

  • Monthly spend £200-300

Stefanie Mills (26), retail manager, Belfast

Wore what? Dress, £55, gilet, £65, necklace £7.50, all Topshop; boots, £50, Dorothy Perkins; bag, £40, River Island.

Why? My style is quite casual - I would usually wear casual dresses and boots on a daily basis. I prefer darker colours rather than bright colours.

Why? Fearne Cotton's style is lovely - she can be casual, but so pretty. Her dresses for events are gorgeous, too.

  • Monthly spend £200-300

Joanne McKendry (42), media director, Carrickfergus

Wore what? Dress, £40, jacket, £70, both Zara; belt, £5, Primark; necklace, £10, Topshop; shoes, £12, Heatons; bag, gift, Michael Kors.

Why? I would describe my style as classy. I love a full colour palette for my outfits - although, as you can see I have just toned it down today.

Who? Victoria Beckham has a great sense of fashion. She's so classy and sophisticated.

  • Monthly spend £300+

Rebekah Parkinson (18), student, Templepatrick

Wore what? Blouse, £30, Zara; jeans, £20, H&M; jacket, £60, Mexx; boots, £40, Pull and Bear; scarf, £18, New Look; bag, £40, River Island.

Why? I would describe my style as dressy, quirky and bright.

Who? I follow a lot of the Made in Chelsea cast on Instagram and Twitter like Millie Mackintosh - the style on the show is great, I love it.

  • Monthly spend £40

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