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Fashion spy: Fearne Cotton has a really smart style

Published 12/05/2016

Katie Entwhistle (22), student, Carrickfergus
Katie Entwhistle (22), student, Carrickfergus
Tanya Cairns (42), stay-at-home-mum, Belfast
Jayne Allison (26), visual manager/stylist, Limavady
Emma Martin (20), student, Belfast
Ruth Everett (24), student, Birmingham
Leah Murphy (20), sales assistant, Crossgar
Clare Warke (24),  beauty consultant, Coleraine
Hannah Loughlin (23), hairdresser, Glengormley

Our reporter Rachel Dean checks out all the style at Victoria Square in Belfast.

Katie Entwhistle (22), student, Carrickfergus

Monthly spend: £200

Wore what? Top, £7, blazer, £45, both Zara; shorts, £35, Levi’s; shoes, £20, Charlotte Russo; bag, gift.

Why? I would definitely say I prefer a smart, sophisticated look. I dress according to the weather a lot.

Who? Fearne Cotton has a very smart style. I think her look is really cool and relaxed — she always looks pretty and modern.

Tanya Cairns (42), stay-at-home-mum, Belfast

Monthly spend: £100

Wore what? Dress, £70, Laura Ashley; cardigan, £8, Primark; shoes, £15, New Look; bag, £50, Desigual.

Why? I think my style is quite unusual. I love when the brighter summer trends come around again and I can wear colourful, floral patterns.

Who? Cheryl Fernandez-Versini is such a fashion icon. She’s trendy and modern — her look is really clean-cut.

Jayne Allison (26), visual manager/stylist, Limavady

Monthly spend: £200 plus

Wore what? Dress, £40, Principles; cardigan, £35, Topshop; shoes, £80, Moda in Pelle; bag, £300, Michael Kors.

Why? I would describe my style as very bright and confident, but comfortable at the same time.

Who? Rita Ora’s style is unique and vibrant — it suits her music genre.

Emma Martin (20), student, Belfast

Monthly spend: £250

Wore what? Top, £12, H&M; jeans, £40, Topshop; shoes, £14.99, bag, £29, both New Look.

Why? My look is always girly and colourful. I love white and pink.

Who? I follow a lot of fashion blogs to keep track of the different trends and I think that the blogger Suzanne Jackson has great style. Her look is chic.

Ruth Everett (24), student, Birmingham

Monthly spend: £10

Wore what? Dress, £20, Veeraz Boutique; boots, gift, Kurt Geiger; bag, £20, boutique in Birmingham.

Why? I would describe my look as quite casual, though

I love flowery dresses and skirts.

Who? I usually just do my own thing, but I do think that Vanessa Hudgens’ look is fresh, young and achievable.

Leah Murphy (20),  sales assistant, Crossgar

Monthly spend: £150

Wore what? Dress, £10, Primark; jacket, £40, Zara; shoes, £24, River Island; bag, £34, Warehouse.

Why? I wear dresses a lot, especially in the warmer weather. I always stay updated on fashion trends to make sure my look is kept modern.

Who? I love Pretty Little Liars actress Ashley Benson’s look. She can be quite casual and edgy. Her event dresses are always really cute.

Clare Warke (24),  beauty consultant, Coleraine

Monthly spend: £50

Wore what?  Jumper, £18, Oasis; jeans, £40, Topshop; shoes, £15, Monsoon; bag, £25, Next.

Why? My look is always bright and lively. I don’t like anything too plain, I prefer patterns and prints to make my style more interesting.

Who? I think Zoe Salmon is very trendy and sophisticated.

Hannah Loughlin (23), hairdresser, Glengormley

Monthly spend: £100

Wore what? Top, £4, Primark; jacket, £24, New Look; jeans, £25, Boohoo; shoes, £14, Sainsbury’s; bag, gift, Dune.

Why? My look is very feminine. I wear a lot of pastel colours — I think they look very clean.

Who? I think Jessie J’s look is so quirky. Her style is very different and she always stands out amongst the crowd.

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