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Fashion Spy: I love Michelle Keegan's street style

Published 03/03/2016

Alix Aiken (17), student, Dromore
Alix Aiken (17), student, Dromore
Julie McCann (24), social worker, Dundalk
Elaine McCann (39), teacher, Limavady
Victoria Kerr (28), marketing executive, Newry
Mairead McClean (45), artist, Banbridge
Hannah Thompson (23), nursing student, Annahilt
Nicole Hoey (28), pharmaceutical scientist, Dundalk

Our reporter Rachel Dean checks out the style at The Outlet in Banbridge and finds plenty of trendy people out and about.

Alix Aiken (17), student, Dromore

Wore what? Shirt, £30, body-warmer, £50, jeans, £50, all Hollister; shoes, £85, Timberland; bag, £40, River Island.

Why? My style is very relaxed but I do prefer wearing bright colours rather than neutral or dark hues.

Who? I think Michelle Keegan's  look is sophisticated. Her street style is always stylish.

Monthly spend £30

 

Julie McCann (24), social worker, Dundalk

Wore what? Jumper, £11, New Look; leggings, £10, shoes, £10, Penny's; bag, £350, Michael Kors.

Why? My look could be described as comfortable and casual.

Who? Rosie Connolly's style is great because it's appropriate for every day and any day. Even though, she's quite casual, she's still really stylish.

Monthly spend £150

 

Elaine McCann (39), teacher, Limavady

Wore what? Top, £40, bag, £45, both Chic in Limavady; coat, £100, scarf, £50, gloves, £40, all Lynne's Boutique in Limavady; boots, £130, Bishops in Coleraine; trousers, £30, Topshop.

Why? My style is very casual. I wear a lot of neutral colours but I always add a pop of colour.

Who? Olivia Palermo's look is very glamorous - even in her day-to-day outfits she's so stylish.

Monthly spend £150

 

Victoria Kerr (28), marketing executive, Newry

Wore what? Top, gift, Zara; shirt, £20, H&M; jacket, £30, Primark; jeans, £40, Topshop; scarf, £30, Mango; boots, £55, bag, £50, both TK Maxx.

Why? I would say my style is grungy and effortless. I love layering items and clashing colours.

Who? Alexa Chung's look is quirky and fun. I really like how she mixes different materials like knits with leathers.

Monthly spend £200

 

Mairead McClean (45), artist, Banbridge

Wore what? Shirt, £40, trousers, £40, both M&S; coat, £250, Katriona in Banbridge; boots, £199, Hobbs; bag, £50, Asprey.

Why? I would describe my style as conservative but quirky.

Who? Khloe Kardashian always looks great. She has always dressed perfectly for her shape, even before her weight transformation.

Monthly spend £150

 

Hannah Thompson (23), nursing student, Annahilt

Wore what? Shirt, £40, trousers, £40, both M&S; coat, £250, Katriona in Banbridge; boots, £199, Hobbs; bag, £50, Asprey.

Wore what? Jumper, £30, bag, £40, both Next; jacket, £120, M&S; jeans, £35,  Hollister; boots, £80, Office; scarf, gift.

Why? I would say my style is very simple and plain. I wear a lot of neutral colours rather than anything too bold.

Who? I love how modest Fearne Cotton's fashion sense is - it's simple but classy.

Monthly spend £50

 

Nicole Hoey (28), pharmaceutical scientist, Dundalk

Wore what? Dress, £15, H&M; coat, £63, boutique in Dundalk; boots, £60, boutique in London; scarf, gift; bag, £15, Primark.

Why? My look is simple but dressy. I wear a lot of nudes and blacks - I prefer plain over patterns.

Who? I think Kate Hudson is really stylish. She's often spotted wearing jeans and boots, a look that I wear a lot too.

Monthly spend £250 plus

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