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Belfast Fashion Spy: Cara Delevingne's look is unique

By Rachel Dean

Rachel Dean checks out the style in Victoria Square, Belfast.

Jane Condon (23), student, Tipperary

Jane Condon

Wore what? Knitted dress, £25, Nasty Gal; jacket, £25, Primark; scarf, £25, Belfast Christmas Market stall; boots, £50, River Island; bag, £40, Pavoni.

Why? I would say my look is simple but chic.

Who? Irish model Rozanna Purcell is my go-to for fashion. I like her quirky style.

Monthly spend: £50

Briege Maher (56), sales manager, Lisburn

Briege Maher

Wore what? Jumper, £50, House of Fraser; coat, £200, Benetton; jeans, £40, Warehouse; boots, £150, Dune; bag, £1,000, Hèrmes.

Why? My style is very feminine. I prefer neutral and blush tones.

Who? Victoria Beckham is my style icon. I think her clothing range is stunning — I wish I could afford to buy it all.

Monthly spend: £500

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Victoria Beckham

Claudia McLaughlin (17), student, Donegal

Claudia McLaughlin

Wore what? Top, £10, Primark; coat, £40, skirt, £25, both Missguided; boots, £40, PrettyLittleThing; bag, £30, River Island.

Why? My style could be described as trendy and girly. I love faux furs.

Who? My family have nicknamed me ‘the Kim K of the family’ because I love Kim Kardashian’s style so much.

Monthly spend: £100

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Goda Baldauskyte (17), student, Belfast

Goda Baldauskyte

Wore what? Top, £60, boutique in Lithuania; trousers, £20, Next; scarf, £12, H&M; coat, £45, bag, £30, T.K. Maxx; shoes, £16, Shoe Zone.

Why? I always shop from the high-street so my style is definitely modern. I’m usually in all black and white outfits.

Who? Cara Delevingne is my style icon, her look is unique. Other than Cara, I get a lot of my style inspiration from movies.

Monthly spend: £50

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Cara Delevingne

Jemma Cousins (38), personal stylist, Newcastle

Jemma Cousins

Wore what? Dress, £50, Next; coat, gift, Principles; broach, £10, Liberty Blue; hat, £25, Helene Berman; boots, £25, Dunnes Stores; bag, gift, Mulberry.

Why? My style would be described as eclectic. My wardrobe is a mix between high-street and vintage pieces.

Who? I like Holly Willoughby’s quirky, feminine look.

Monthly spend: £40

Jessica McVeigh (20), student, Templepatrick

Jessica McVeigh

Wore what? Top, £15, Topshop; jacket, £20, jeans, £14, both Primark; shoes, £80, Dr Martens; bag, £20, Stradivarius.

Why? I’m really into fashion so I make sure I’m caught up with the trends and my look is kept fresh. At the moment, I love block colours and animal prints, especially cheetah prints.

Who? I think Youtuber Cinzia Zullo’s style is different and cool. She can pull any style off.

Monthly spend: £150

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Carol Walsh (42), customer service adviser, Lisburn

Carol Walsh

Wore what? Dress, £100, Forever Unique; blazer, £35, Zara; boots, £100, Dune; bag, £800, Mulberry.

Why? I keep a classic ‘dresses and boots’ look.

Who? I love all the skirts and dresses that Caroline Flack wears. Her style is energetic and fun.

Monthly spend: £100

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Final ready! HERE WE GO ❤️ @alicemcall

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Jo Lewis (44), medical sales rep, Cardiff

Jo Lewis

Wore what? Jumper, £35, River Island; coat, £80, Mango; trousers, £45, SilkFred; hat, £15, M&S; boots, £120, Office; bag, £800, Gucci.

Why? I like my style to be cool and edgy. I usually wear a lot of black or darker tones and include a little pop of colour to break it up.

Who? I’ve always appreciated Fearne Cotton’s style for being individualistic.

Monthly spend: £200

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