Fashion Spy: Victoria Beckham has to be my style icon
Our reporter Rachel Dean checks out all the different styles at Victoria Square in Belfast.
Lauryn Greer (20), model, Portglenone
Wore what? Poncho, £25, River Island; jeans, £15, New Look; boots, £80, Next; bag, £170, Ted Baker.
Why? I go for a more subtle style, wearing lots of blacks and greys. My look is quite modest and simple, but I like adding items to my outfits to make them interesting and fresh.
Who? Victoria Beckham has to be my style icon. Her look is clean, modern and classy.
Niamh Conway (17), student, Lavey
Wore what? Shirt dress, £27, Daisy and Duke; jacket, £40, Miss Selfridge; scarf, £20, Oasis; boots, £40, Dune; bag, £35, Topshop.
Why? My style is very girly, but with an alternative edge to it. I love anything burgundy.
Who? I absolutely love Taylor Swift's style - it's quirky and new. She wears a lot of stripes and bold colours, and always looks great.
Mary Masterson (50), civil servant, Carryduff
Wore what? Blouse and cardigan, both £55 at Zara; jacket, £150, trousers, £50, both M&S; boots, £150, House of Fraser; bag, £400, Michael Kors.
Why? My style could be described as glamorous. I love things that are comfortable, but I always put effort into my look.
Who? Helen Mirren just doesn't get it wrong. She dresses perfectly for her age and figure. Her style is classic.
Janet McClean (55), sales assistant, Co Down
Wore what? Coat, £40, Sooki; scarf, £15, River Island; gloves, gift; boots, £150, Dune; bag, £30, Oasis.
Why? I keep my look casual and comfortable, but I love adding bright colours into my outfits.
Who? I love how glamorous Victoria Beckham always looks. Her style is so classy but yet so
Ruth Young (25), submissions officer, Lisburn
Wore what? Sweater, £180, Kenzo; gilet, £150, Candy Plum; jeans, £167, Cruse; shoes, £200, Ash; bag, £130, Stella & Dot.
Why? I would describe my style as sporty and urban. I think there is a unique quality to my look.
Who? Rosie Huntington-Whiteley has a great eye for fashion. I love how she mixes the expensive with the more moderate.
Suzanne Houston (30), nurse, Ballymena
Wore what? Shirt, £40, Ralph Lauren; shorts, £25, Zara; jacket, £50, Very; scarf, gift, Primark; boots, £80, Kurt
Geiger; bag, £30, Jaeger.
Why? I would say my style is casual, but smart. I love wearing neutral colours, especially blacks and tans.
Who? I think Alexa Chung's look is funky. Her style is always up to date and trendy.
Lisa Reddick (34), secretary, Newtownabbey
Wore what? Jumper, £30, bag, £40, both TK Maxx; coat, £50, Zara; jeans, £40, Topshop; boots, £160, LK Bennet.
Why? I would say my style is smart casual. I look for anything simplistic and classic to keep my outfits smart.
Why? I love Kate Bosworth for her choice of style because it's understated and simple - she is so elegant.