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Fashion Spy: I love Victoria Beckham's classic look

Published 21/04/2016

Maria McNabb (29), product manager, Co Down
Maria McNabb (29), product manager, Co Down
Karol Armstrong (49), civil servant, Banbridge
Sabrina Dixon (25), manager, Bangor
Karen Henry (26), human resource officer, Maghera
Emma Mullen (27), teacher, Londonderry
Aine Kelly (18), shop assistant, Londonderry
Katherine McKillop (21), student, Glenarm
Shauneen McNeill (21), model, Belfast

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

Maria McNabb (29), product manager, Co Down

Wore what? Top, £50, French Connection; jacket, £100, Karen Millen; jeans, £120, All Saints; shoes, £165, Reiss; bag, £175, DKNY.

Why? I would say my look is quite cool and casual. I follow a lot of fashion on Instagram to keep my style fresh.

Who? I love Victoria Beckham’s classic look. I think her brand is very stylish.

Monthly spend £300

Karol Armstrong (49), civil servant, Banbridge

Wore what? Dress, £100 plus, Versace; coat, £35, Armani; shoes, £80, Paul Smith; bag, £50, Radley.

Why? I wear a lot of vintage style clothes. I always wear dresses — I just look and feel better in them.

Who? I think Charlize Theron’s style compliments her features really well. She’s gorgeous.

Monthly spend £100

Sabrina Dixon (25), manager, Bangor

Wore what? Dress, £40, ASOS; coat, £50, TK Maxx; shoes, £19, Debenhams; bag, £30, Accessorize.

Why? I put a lot of effort into my look. I love dresses and brighter colours — I usually wear a lot of yellow.

Who? Daisy Lowe’s style is great because it is laid back — it’s simple but pretty.

Monthly spend £20-30

Karen Henry (26), human resource officer, Maghera

Wore what? Jumper, £12, shoes, £8, both Primark; trousers, £25, Zara; coat, £55, Dunnes; bag, gift.

Why? My style is a mixture of boho and preppy looks. I always keep myself updated on the latest trends.

Who? I like that Sienna Miller’s style seems really effortless but looks so good.

Monthly spend £100

Emma Mullan (27), teacher, Londonderry

Wore what? Top, £30, River Island; jacket, £50, Miss Selfridge; jeans, £40, Topshop; shoes, £60, Solo; bag, £260, Michael Kors.

Why? I make the effort to have a classy look. I shop at a lot of high street stores to make sure my style is chic and new.

Who? I take ideas from Cheryl Fernandez-Versini’s different looks. She’s very sophisticated

Monthly spend £150

Aine Kelly (18), shop assistant, Londonderry

Wore what? Dress, £20, River Island; coat, £30, H&M; boots, £12, Zara; bag, gift, Ted Baker.

Why? I’d say my look is very casual and girly. I love patterned dresses and playsuits.

Who? Saoirse Ronan wears a lot of patterned outfits, like me. She’s so glamorous for her age.

Monthly spend £30

Katherine McKillop (21), student, Glenarm

Wore what? Top, £20, Urban Outfitters; jacket, £35, Primark; jeans, £42, bag, gift, both Topshop; boots, £29, H&M.

Why? I rarely dress casually. My look is girly and sophisticated.

Who? Kylie Jenner’s style is fab. She suits everything.

Monthly spend £50

Shauneen McNeill (21), model, Belfast

Wore what? Dress, £30, shirt, £15, both Superdry; scarf, gift, Louis Vuitton; boots, £25, Exhibit; bag, £30, River Island.

Why? My look is always very feminine and colourful. I prefer a brighter look. I follow fashion trends to keep my style modern.

Who? The current Miss Northern Ireland, Leanne McDowell, is so elegant and trendy.

Monthly spend £150

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