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Fashion spy: 'Michelle Keegan always looks glamorous'

Published 23/06/2016

Tracey Rodgers. Picture by Freddie Parkinson/Press Eye ©
Tracey Rodgers. Picture by Freddie Parkinson/Press Eye ©
Emma Martin
Shannon Morrow
Hannah Stewart
Rebecca Blundell
Nicole Connolly
Jennifer Guiney
Christina Rooney

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

Tracey Rodgers (44), civil servant, Newry

Wore what? Top, £25, New Look; trousers, £20, H&M; shoes, £15, Forever 21; bag, £300, Michael Kors.

Why? My look is always feminine and usually consists of prints and colours. I aim for a simple, pretty style.

Who? I love Louise Redknapp — her style is funky and fashion forward.

Monthly spend: £200


Emma Martin (20), student, Belfast

Wore what? Top, £20, Next; jeans, £40, Topshop; jacket, £30, bag, £30, both New Look; shoes, £12, Primark.

Why? I would describe my style as very girly and vibrant. I love bright colours in my outfits — especially light pinks and greens.

Who? I get a lot of my style ideas from Pinterest, especially from Amelia Liana — her outfits are always so pretty.

Monthly spend: £200


Shannon Morrow (19), student, Antrim

Wore what? Top, £10, jeans, £20, shoes, £20, all New Look; necklace, £8, Primark; bag, gift, Michael Kors.

Why? I would say my look is very simple and relaxed with a lot of bold colours. I love having a statement necklace to bring my look together.

Who? Michelle Keegan always looks glamorous. She really knows how to dress for events — her look is always stunning.

Monthly spend: £100 plus


Hannah Stewart (25), nurse, Templepatrick

Wore what? Top, £5, shoes, £10, both New Look; jacket, £60, Topshop; jeans, £29, Zara; bag, £130, Fossil.

Why? My look varies a lot because I don’t follow one certain style, I just do my own thing and wear whatever I feel most comfortable in.

Who? I adore Kate Beckinsale’s look because it’s timeless but achievable. She looks great.

Monthly spend: £50-100


Rebecca Blundell (22), student, Belfast

Wore what? Dungaree dress, £35, jacket, £40, both Topshop; top, £18, New Look; shoes, £50, Dune; bag, £300, Ralph Lauren.

Why? Dressing to suit my shape and my personality are most important to me.

Who? Alexa Chung’s fashion sense is similar to mine. I love how unique each of her looks are — she never gets it wrong.

Monthly spend: £50


Nicole Connolly (20), student, Belfast

Wore what? Top, £30, Zara; jeans, £42, shoes, £40, bag, £30, all River Island.

Why? My style is very modern as I follow fashion trends to make sure I keep my look updated and fresh. My style consists of quite girly items, too.

Who? I love Cara Delevingne’s style because she keeps it so modern, too. Her look is always quite casual and edgy which suits her personality.

Monthly spend: £150


Jennifer Guiney (22), student teacher, Belfast

Wore what? Shirt, £30, trousers, £45, both Ralph Lauren; shoes, £70, Cavalli; bag, £40, Barbara Rihl.

Why? My look could definitely be described as ‘smart casual’. I like having a mixture of designer and high street pieces.

Who? My style icon would have to be Emma Watson — my look is a lot like hers. She really suits the smart, preppy look that she has at the moment.

Monthly spend: £200


Christina Rooney (18), student, Belfast

Wore what? Shirt, £15, H&M; jeans, £40, Topshop; shoes, £10, bag £15, both Primark.

Why? My style has always been quite casual, although, I wear a lot of bright colours to add some energy to my look.

Who? Chloe Grace Moretz has a very relaxed approach to style. I think her look is young and modern.

Monthly spend: £50

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