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Belfast fashion spy: 'Christine Lampard’s look is sophisticated but still achievable'

 

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

Rachael Kerr (38), nurse, Waringstown

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Rachael Kerr
 

Wore what? Jumper, £30, Warehouse; shirt collar, £20, Bows Boutique (Newry); jacket, £50, Mango; jeans, £42, River Island; shoes, £40, Panache; bag, £70, Guess.

Why? I tend to go for more feminine looks. I love blush colours.

Who? I like how Holly Willoughby pairs high-street items with designer items to create a trendy, feminine look.

Monthly spend: £150

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Megan Clarke (26), HR consultant, Downpatrick

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Megan Clarke
 

Wore what? Top, £17, boots, £9, both H&M; coat, vintage; jeans, £42, River Island; hat, £60, Reiss; bag, £1,000, Mulberry.

Why? I would describe my style as minimal and chic.

Who? I love how effortless Miranda Kerr’s look is.

Monthly spend: £300

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Miranda Kerr (Photo by Rachel Murray/Getty Images for Miranda Kerr)

Lucy Armstrong (22), speech and language therapist, Belfast

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Lucy Armstrong
 

Wore what? Jumper, £25, boots, £20, both H&M; jacket, £35, Shein; jeans, £10, F&F; bag, £200, Kate Spade.

Why? I would say I’m quite trendy but on the more simple/casual end. I tend to go for neutral colours over anything too bold.

Who? I think Meghan Markle’s look is so effortlessly classy.

Monthly spend: £50

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Meghan Markle (Photo by Tim Rooke - Pool/Getty Images)

Cliona Magee (26), student, Glengormley

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Cliona Magee
 

Wore what? Jumper, £20, skirt, £15, shoes, £25, all ASOS; jacket, £50, DKNY; hat, £10, Urban Outfitters; bag, £12, Debenhams.

Why? My look is very feminine, but I prefer wearing neutral colours over the usual blush or pastel tones associated with the style.

Who? I like Diane Kruger’s quirky slant on the feminine look.

Monthly spend: £80-100

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Diane Kruger (Photo by Christopher Polk/Getty Images for The Critics' Choice Awards )

Emma Patrick (24), waitress, Belfast

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Emma Patrick
 

Wore what? Dress, £20, Stradivarius; coat, £40, Pull&Bear; boots, £8, Primark; bag, £40, River Island.

Why? I would say I’m trendy. I usually wear a lot of black, however I like a bold print.

Who? I love how Ashley Graham embraces her curves and dresses to complement her shape.

Monthly spend: £100

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Ashley Graham (Photo by Slaven Vlasic/Getty Images)

Laura Burns (32), social worker, Belfast

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Laura Burns
 

Wore what? Dress, £15, Warehouse; jacket, gift, Vero Moda; scarf, gift; boots, £50, River Island; bag, £120, Moschino.

Why? I’m always in a dress, so I would say my look is quite feminine. I usually wear black with a little pop of colour.

Who? Holly Willoughby is definitely a style icon. She dresses really well for her shape.

Monthly spend: £50-100

Claire Malone (29), manager, Ballynahinch

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Claire Malone
 

Wore what? Dress, £25, jacket, £60, both River Island; boots, £45, Office; bag, £15, Miss Selfridge.

Why? I would describe my look as dressy casual and on trend.

Who? Victoria Beckham’s look is simple but still unique as a style. You can picture her style without having to see it.

Monthly spend: £50-100

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Victoria Beckham (Photo by Carlos Alvarez/Getty Images)

Michelle Scott (50), business owner, Belfast

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Michelle Scott
 

Wore what? Jacket, £150, Coast; jeans, £42, River Island; boots, £90, Dune; bag, £80, Michael Kors.

Why? I like to add a little something to my casual look by adding a faux fur piece.

Who? I love Christine Lampard’s look — it’s sophisticated but still achievable.

Monthly spend: £200

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Christine Lampard (Photo by Joe Maher/Getty Images)

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