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Fashion spy: Caroline Flack’s style is just so dressy

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

Karla Courtney (33 ), teacher, Bangor

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Karla Courtney (33 ), teacher, Bangor
 

Wore what? Dress, £30, shoes, £20, both New Look; bag, £35, boutique in Sorrento.

Why? At the moment, my style is very summery, so I would say it is very current too. I like the preppy look — I usually wear dresses.

Who?  I really love Sienna Miller’s bohemian look, it really suits her.

Monthly spend: £100 plus

Caitie O’Hagan (18), assistant manager, Ballymoney

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Caitie O’Hagan (18), assistant manager, Ballymoney

Wore what? Top, £35, jeans, £45, both Oasis; jacket, £20, Primark; shoes, £20, F&F; bag, £45, LYDC.

Why? My look would have to be described as very simple and casual. I definitely prefer neutral tones over bold colours.

Who? Cheryl’s look is my favourite. She’s so classy and feminine and just always looks stunning.

Monthly spend: £150

Kimberly Wilson (24) sales assistant, Londonderry

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Kimberly Wilson (24) sales assistant, Londonderry
 

Wore what? Dress, £14, George at Asda; shoes, £60, Next; bag, £70, Harrods.

Why? My style is very dressy, especially for work. I wear heels every single day — they add more class to a look. 

Who? Caroline Flack’s style is similar to mine as it is so dressy. Though I do love her smart casual looks — her dresses are gorgeous.

Monthly spend: £200 plus

Carla McCoubrey (21), student, Mallusk

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Carla McCoubrey (21), student, Mallusk
 

Wore what? Top, £13, Zara; jeans, £38, Topshop; sunglasses, £14, River Island; shoes, £15, Pull and Bear; bag, gift.

Why? I’d say my style is quirky and different — I love a lot of colour and lots of floral prints.

Who? I really like Melissa Riddel’s look because it’s colourful and fun.

Monthly spend: £100

Anne Morris (49) dressmaker, Clogher

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Anne Morris (49) dressmaker, Clogher
 

Wore what? Dress, £120, Elizabeth Anne Design; jacket, £27, House of Fraser; shoes, £75, Panache; bag, £285, See by Chloé.

Why? My look is a classic, feminine look. I love colour, especially the boldest and brightest.

Who? Victoria Beckham is the ideal style icon for classy looks. She always looks great.

Monthly spend: £300

Rebecca Bell (22), Sales assistant, Belfast

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Rebecca Bell (22), Sales assistant, Belfast
 

Wore what? Top, £20, jacket, £35, jeans, £25, shoes, £25, all H&M; bag, £180, Michael Kors.

Why? My style is quite girly. I always wear jeans, but I do add a lot of colour to give my look a little more energy.

Who? I think Holly Willoughby’s style is so cute, I love it.

Monthly spend: £60 plus

Niamh McCauley (21), student, Londonderry

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Niamh McCauley (21), student, Londonderry
 

Wore what? Top, £5, M&S; jacket, £30, Mango; skirt, £10, boots, £70, both Zara; bag, £180, Michael Kors.

Why? I would describe my style as girly and preppy. I love blush colours and neutral tones — I think they look softer and prettier.

Who? Alexa Chung’s look is so unique and fashionable. She’s definitely a trendsetter.

Monthly spend: £100

Anne Marie O’Hagan (44), waitress, Ballymoney

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Anne Marie O’Hagan (44), waitress, Ballymoney
 

Wore what? Top, £28, cardigan, £22, necklace, £16, all Oasis; jeans, £42, River Island; shoes, £9, Sainsbury’s; bag, £3, shop in Poland.

Why? My style is casual and comfy with a bold statement piece.

Who? Kate Beckinsale’s street style is quite casual but still very stylish. I think she looks great!

Monthly spend: £150

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