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Fashion Spy: Kendall Jenner’s style is perfect

Published 19/05/2016

Laura Rodgers
Laura Rodgers
Cheryl Ferguson
Victoria Kennedy
Hannah Shields
Emma Morrison
Caroline Smith
Renda Workman
Roisin Kelly

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

Victoria Kennedy (20), student, Belfast

Wore what? Shirt, £20, Primark; long waistcoat, £35, jeans, £42, shoes, £45, bag, £40, all River Island.

Why? I would describe my style as classy and young with a mixture of neutral and lively colours. I love bright blues.

Who? Louise Thompson from Made In Chelsea is gorgeous. Her look is classy.

Monthly spend: £300

Cheryl Ferguson, pharmacist, Bangor

Wore what? Top, £35, River Island; jacket, £50, Warehouse; jeans, £30, Dorothy Perkins; shoes, £35, Oasis; bag, £260, DKNY.

Why? I’d say my look is generally quite glamorous and fresh. I’m very cautious of what suits me and what doesn’t. I love colourful outfits.

Who? I love Alexa Chung’s look. She’s always wearing pretty dresses with ankle boots. Her style is a little quirky and it really suits her.

Monthly spend: £200

Hannah Shields (19), student, Newtownabbey

Wore what? Top, £30, Oasis; coat, £30, boutique in Belfast; jeans, £42, Topshop; shoes, £25, New Look; bag, £55, Accessorize.

Why? My style could be described as modest and feminine. It also consists of a lot of neutral colours which I think help create a clean, fresh look.

Who? I think Kylie Jenner’s look is amazing. It’s young and modern and she usually wears brands that appeal to her age group.

Monthly spend: £250-300

Emma Morrison (45), teacher, Belfast

Wore what? Top, £20, House of Fraser; jeans, £20, Mango; shoes, £100, DKNY; bag, £130, Coccinelle.

Why? My style is a little laid back. I would say I wear much brighter outfits. I like a lot of colour, nothing too dark.

Who? Jennifer Aniston’s look is fabulous. She dresses really well for her age and shape. She’s very ladylike.

Monthly spend: £80

Caroline Smith (30), doctor, Bangor

Wore what? Dress, £50, bag, £30, both Warehouse; shoes, £70, Dune;

Why? I think my look is quite traditional. What I wear usually depends on the season — I like following the trends.

Who? I love Eva Longoria’s style — she’s very feminine. She wears a lot of dresses from Karen Millen which makes her style striking but achievable.

Monthly spend: £150

Laura Rodgers (20), student, Ballymena

Wore what? Blouse, £20, H&M; skirt, £12, Exhibit; shoes, £15, Primark; bag, £20, Ted Baker.

Why? My look is usually very casual and relaxed. I prefer neutral colours over anything dark or anything overly bright as they suit me best.

Who? Kendall Jenner’s style is perfect because it’s very simple, but still stunning. Her look is a lot more laid back compared to her sisters’ style choices.

Monthly spend: £100

Renda Workman (53), retired, Annahilt

Wore what? Shirt, £50, M&S; trousers, £30, Sandwich; shoes, £40, bag, £60, both TK Maxx.

Why? My style is very simple. I love anything bright or patterned. I think outfits like this are great for summer.

Who? I think Victoria Beckham is a great fashion icon. Her clothing line is very trendy.

Monthly spend: £200

Roisin Kelly (26), compliance officer, Newry

Wore what? Shirt, £30, jeans, £35, both Zara; shoes, £60, Nine West; bag, gift, Guess.

Why? I think my style is quite feminine and pretty, and consists of a lot of floral patterns. I’d say my look is quite relaxed.

Who? Cara Delevingne’s look is edgy. I love how she can be dressed casually, but still look so beautiful.

Monthly spend: £200

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