Fashion spy: Gigi Hadid’s style is effortlessly cool
Fashion expert Rachel Dean checks out all the style in Victoria Square, Belfast.
Sarah Johnston (23), illustrator, Fermanagh
Wore what? Top, £15, boots, £80, jeans, £38, Topshop; coat, £25, New Look; choker, £5, Stradivarius; bag, £60, Carvela.
Why? My style is modern and minimalistic. I like nice cuts and bold, block colours.
Who? Gigi Hadid’s style is effortlessly cool and is easily duplicated by high-street fashion.
Jo-Ann Nugent (22), student, Ballygawley
Wore what? Dress, £40, Next, coat, £30, New Look; boots, gift.
Why? I would say my style is quite formal and dressy. I keep my looks feminine, with very simple patterns.
Who? I admire Khloe Kardashian for the effort she puts into her style. She always looks feminine and put together.
Kate McLoughlin (37), boutique owner, Donegal
Wore what? Shirt, £35, boots, £28, both Topshop;
Why? I like fashion to be simple and comfortable. My looks are all about quality and I love tailored pieces.
Who? I adore Victoria Beckham’s look as it’s timeless and classy. She keeps her style minimalistic.
Rachel Coll (24), shop assistant, Newtownards
Wore what? Jumper, £20, M&S; jacket, £70, TCM; jeans, £30, H&M; boots, £30, TK Maxx; bag, £20, Urban Outfitters.
Why? I love the vintage Nineties look. I like to be comfy and don’t ever follow trends; I like to be different and ‘out there’.
Who? I love Samantha Maria’s style and watch her fashion and beauty videos on YouTube. She does her own thing with style, but it still very fashionable. She’s quite quirky.
Sophie Rathfield (22), assistant manager, Castlerock
Wore what? Top, £12.99, jeans, £25, hat, £3, all H&M; jacket, £39.99, Zara; boots, £10, Primark; backpack, £30, Paperchase.
Why? I’m really into fashion, especially the French influence on style. I put a lot of effort into my looks and follow trends to keep up to date.
Who? I absolutely love Vivienne Westwood, especially her Eighties style. I loved the baggy look and the big button collection — she has a great approach to fashion.
Janet Grew (45), paediatrician, Templepatrick
Wore what? Dress, £20, Warehouse; cape, £80, bag, £100, both Biba; scarf, gift; boots, £50, Bonita Shoes & Bags (Ballyclare)
Why? I would say my style is very sophisticated and feminine. I prefer much brighter colours for a more energetic look.
Who? I love the style of Audrey Hepburn — it was classic, but, she added her own quirk to it.
Marissa Marsh (24), beauty therapist, Bangor
Wore what? Top, £1, Vintage Market in London; jeans, £20, Urban Outfitters; jacket, £300, All Saints; scarf, gift; boots, £90, Topshop; bag, £900, Mulberry.
Why? My style is casual and comfy and very much inspired by vintage looks and trends.
Who? I follow the French blogger Jeanne Damas on Instagram and I love how natural and relaxed her style is.
Claire O’Doherty (21), HR representative, Londonderry
Wore what? Blouse, £15, coat, £60, both Topshop; skirt, £30, River Island; boots, £12, Primark; bag, £250, Michael Kors.
Why? My style fits the ‘girly girl’ look — I always wear pretty skirts and cute prints.
Who? I really like Laura Whitmore’s more alternative looks which are still feminine.
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