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Fashion Spy: Nina Dobrev wears winter fashion really well

By Rachel Dean

Published 03/11/2016

Jennifer Blaney
Jennifer Blaney
Jill Curran
Kelly McNeill
Claire McEllwaine
Anne Marie McDonagh
Shelly Armstrong
Stephenie Jamieson
Hannah McCormick

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

Jennifer Blaney (24), administrator, Templepatrick

Wore what? Poncho, £20, leggings, £10, both New Look; boots, £15, Primark; bag, £40, River Island.

Why? My style is so relaxed — this is why I love winter fashion. I prefer big jumpers or ponchos.

Who? I think Nina Dobrev wears winter fashion really well. She is regularly seen in cute, knitted hats and long coats.

Jill Curran (34), doctor, Belfast

Wore what? Dress, £40, Topshop; cardigan, £20, New Look; jacket, £30, Zara; sunglasses, £120, Ray-Ban; boots, £70, Dune; bag, £180, Whistles.

Why? My style is laid back, but still smart. I keep my look simple but pretty.

Who? I really appreciate Millie Mackintosh’s look because it’s chic and effortless.

Kelly McNeill (37), accountant, Antrim

Wore what? Shirt, £50, jacket, £150, both Massimo Dutti; trousers, £25, Topshop; boots, £120, Ted Baker; bag, gift, Reiss.

Why? I would describe my look as ‘smart casual’ and very minimalistic. I don’t like anything too bright or showy.

Who? Olivia Palermo puts her own little twist on the classic look and it really works.

Claire McIllwaine (21), classroom assistant, Ballymena

Wore what? Top, £15, New Look; jacket, £25, boots, £15, both Miss Pap; jeans, £25, Next; bag, £7, boutique in Glasgow.

Why? I love pink — my style is quite feminine. I follow fashion trends to make sure my look is fresh.

Who? Arianna Grande has the ultimate girly look. Her style is bright and fun.

Anne-Marie McDonagh (37), accounts manager, Belfast

Wore what? Top, £30, jacket, £50, both Oasis; jeans, £20, Miss Selfridge; shoes, £160, Dr Martens; bag, gift, Michael Kors.

Why? During the week I dress very casually, however, at the weekend I’m a lot dressier. I definitely prefer summer fashion over winter because I wear a lot of bold colours.

Who? I love Kate Middleton’s look because it’s classic without being predictable and boring. She includes a lot of colours into her style, too.

Shelley Armstrong (37), beautician, Ballynahinch

Wore what? Top, £20, Gap; coat, £35, New Look; jeans, £40, Topshop; shoes, £12, River Island.

Why? My style is simple and relaxed, but very feminine. I wear a lot of neutral colours because they look much more clean and chic.

Who? I like Kate Upton’s look because it’s stylish and cool in her own unique way.

Stephenie Jamieson (19), sales assistant, Belfast

Wore what? Top, £40, dungarees, £45, jacket, £80, all Topshop; boots, £40, Dr. Martens; hat, £3, Octopus’s Garden; purse, £2, Primark.

Why? My look is unpredictable and fun — one day it’s very rock chick and the next, I could be girly. I like changing up my style because then I get to try lots of different looks. Vintage style is one of my favourites.

Who?  I adore Dita Von Teese’s style because it’s inspired by everything vintage. I love her Fifties looks — they are stunning.

Hannah McCormick (20), student, Omagh

Wore what? Shirt, £15, Primark; jacket, £25, jeans, £20, boots, £25, all New Look; scarf, £10, bag, £15, both from Belfast Christmas market.

Why? I would definitely say my style is very casual and comfortable. The Autumn/Winter season is my favourite for fashion.

Who? Charlotte Crosby has her own unique style and she looks great. The brands she promotes are always affordable.

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