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

Siofra Serridge (19), student, Newry

Wore what? Top, £30, ASOS; jacket, £60, jeans, £20, both Zara; shoes, £30, Public Desire.

Why? My style would be described as very girly and straight off the high street. I love bold colours and patterns.

Who? I follow Emma Roche on Instagram, and I am always copying her style — it’s so modern and every outfit looks different.

Monthly spend: £100

Cara Killen (28), banking official, Crossgar

Wore what? Dress, £15, jacket, £25, both New Look; shoes, £6, Primark; bag, gift, Michael Kors.

Why? I would describe my style as very feminine. I always wear dresses or skirts, and I don’t like jeans.

Who? Blogger Suzanne Jackson has great style. It’s plain and simple but still so pretty. It’s achievable, too.

Monthly spend: £250

Cheryl Doherty (33), retail manager, Belfast

Wore what? Dress, £50, Topshop; jacket, £15, Primark; shoes, £10, Dorothy Perkins.

Why? My look is very individualistic. I keep it quite rocky and alternative and definitely don’t have feminine style.

Who? I admire Fearne Cotton for her quirky, fun look.

Monthly spend: £200

Laura Devine (22), student, Dungiven

Wore what? Jumper, £20, boots, £18, both H&M; jeans, £40, Topshop; bag, £40, M&S.

Why? My style is casual and comfortable. I usually wear darker colours, even in the summer.

Who? I love Kendall Jenner’s style so much — she could be totally casual and still look cool. I think her style is unique.

Monthly spend: £40

Ayesha Duffy (21), service adviser, Ballymena

Wore what? Dress, £25, Missguided; jacket, £40, New Look; boots, £90, Office; bag, £200, Ted Baker.

Why? My style is very modern, and I love the rock chick look at the moment.

Who? I really like Cara Delevingne’s style because it’s different from everyone else and she doesn’t care what anyone thinks.

Monthly spend: £100

Sophie Duff (25), retail supervisor, Ballymoney

Wore what? Top, £8, jeans, £20, both Pull and Bear; jacket, £50, ASOS; shoes, £20, M&S; bag, £38, Cath Kidston.

Why? My look is classic and plain with a pop of colour, maybe through my bag or my shoes.

Who? I think Alexa Chung is the perfect style icon. She pairs things that you would never think to, then suddenly everyone seems to be doing it, too. She’s definitely a trendsetter.

Monthly spend: £50-100

Jessica Craig (27), forensic accountant, Bangor

Wore what? Dress, £100, Decibel; jacket, £40, River Island; shoes, £80, Clarks; bag, £200, DKNY.

Why? I would say I am quite fashionable. My style is a little bit quirky — I just buy anything I like the look of.

Who? I’m not that into celebrity fashion, but I do think Sienna Miller is very stylish.

Monthly spend: £200

Hannah Girvan (22), contract analyst, Lurgan

Wore what? Top, £6, Primark; skirt, £25, Depop; shoes, £15, New Look.

Why? I love Depop and Zara, so my look is a mixture of vintage and high-street fashion. I’m always wearing bright colours and prints.

Who? I like Caggie Dunlop’s look because it’s minimal but stunning.

Monthly spend: £250

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