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Published 10/11/2016

Rhonda Hughes
Rhonda Hughes
Georgia Grattan
Paige Morris
Mary McConville
Natasha Craig
Eimear Cassidy
Danielle Leatham
Philippa Carson

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

Rhonda Hughes (33), beauty therapist, Ballymena

Wore what? Jumper, £25, Topshop; jeans, £30, boots, £40, both DV8; scarf, £20, ASOS; bag, £10, Primark.

Why? I like my style to be quite grungy. Winter is the best season for fashion — I love big jumpers and scarfs.

Who? Holly Willoughby is very stylish without overdoing it. Her look is simple and smart. She knows how to dress to complement her figure.

Monthly spend: £100

Georgia Grattan (17), student, Lisburn

Wore what? Jumper, £25, Hollister; coat, gift, Miss Selfridge; jeans, £30, Guess; boots, £50, House of Fraser; bag, £130, Michael Kors.

Why? I love cosy, winter fashion. I’m very girly, especially when I’m dressed to go out.

Who? I love all Vogue models — they are extremely stylish and fashion forward.

Monthly spend: £50

Paige Morris (20) air hostess, Larne

Wore what? Top, £25, jeans, £40, both Topshop; jacket, £85, boots, £50, both River Island; bag, £500, Michael Kors.

Why? My look is very feminine with lots of fresh, neutral prints.

Who? Kim Kardashian has such a unique look. She’s confident in her own style and not afraid to take risks.

Monthly spend: £100-200

Mary McConville (58), nurse Newry

Wore what? Top, £18, shoes, £35, both M&S; jacket, £32, Zara; jeans, £40, Topshop; scarf, £10, Penneys; bag, £25, store in Spain.

Why? I follow fashion trends to keep myself looking young and modern. My look can be very quirky sometimes, too.

Who? Olivia Palermo’s look is effortless and stunning. She always looks amazing.

Monthly spend: £100

Natasha Craig (27), teacher Ballyclare

Wore what? Jumper, £20, River Island; shirt, £7, bag, £9, both Primark; coat, £25, New Look; jeans, £40, Topshop; hat, £10, Patrick Francis; scarf, gift, Zara; boots, £25, Oasis.

Why? I would describe my style as smart casual. I suit reds and blacks — I always try to include them in my looks.

Who? Emma Watson is so sophisticated for her age. I absolutely love her style, it’s chic and classy.

Monthly spend: £100

Eimear Cassidy (27), waitress Newbridge

Wore what? Dress, £10, DV8; top, £10, coat, £30, both River Island; boots, £25, New Look; bag, gift, Debenhams.

Why? One way to describe my style would be ‘comfy’. I love autumnal colours, so this time of the year is definitely my favourite.

Who? I prefer looks that are achievable, like Laura Whitmore’s. Her style is edgy, feminine, and mostly off the high-street.

Monthly spend: £100

Danielle Leatham (20), sales assistant, Newtownabbey

Wore what? Top, £18, River Island; jacket, £15, Primark; trousers, £40, Topshop; choker, £8, Matalan; shoes, £100, Adidas; backpack, £20, New Look.

Why? My style is modern but very different as I like to stand out as an individual. I adore edgy or quirky looks.

Who? I get style ideas from Kylie Jenner’s look and interpret them to suit me. There’s nothing she can’t pull off — she has a way with fashion.

Monthly spend: £500

Philippa Carson (19), student, Belfast

Wore what? Jumper, £50, Topshop; jeans, £42, River Island; shoes, £50, Jack Wills; bag, gift, Mulberry.

Why? My look is always quite girly. I’m always shopping in high-street stores, so my style is fresh and young.

Who? I love Lucy Hale’s street style, it’s feminine and casual.

Monthly spend: £150

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