Belfast Fashion Spy: 'Christine Lampard's style is feminine and flattering'
Rachel Dean checks out the style in Victoria Square, Belfast.
Judith Campbell (20), student, Rasharkin
Wore what? Dress, £15, F&F; jacket, £60, Noisy May; scarf, gift; boots, £40, TK Maxx; bag, £40, Jack Wills.
Why? My style is girly. I wear a lot of skirts and dresses. I definitely prefer autumnal colours over bold colours.
Who? I usually do my own thing, but I like actress Lili Reinhart’s soft, feminine style.
Monthly spend: £50 or less
Catriona Evans (35), cabin crew, Dunmurry
Wore what? Dress, £45, boots, £50, both River Island; jacket, £100, Warehouse; bag, £900, Mulberry.
Why? My look is casual with a lux twist. I like getting glammed up when I’m going out.
Who? I love Holly Willoughby’s new range with M&S. I can’t wait to buy a few items from it.
Monthly spend: £500 plus
Jessica McMahon (17), student, Ballyclare
Wore what? Top, £20, skirt, £40, Topshop; New Look; jacket, £60, bag, £35, both River Island; boots, £10, Primark.
Why? My look is unique and usually just depends on my mood. I can change it up any day.
Who? Love Island’s Hayley Hughes as the ultimate girly girl look. I love her style.
Monthly spend: £100 plus
Jade Hudson (27), hairdresser, Dublin
Wore what? Top/dress, £30, Love; jacket, £25, hat, £3, boots, £20, bag, £15, all Primark.
Why? I would say my style is punky without being over the top — I keep it simple by limiting colour.
Who? Rita Ora’s style is cool and funky.
Monthly spend: £180
Anne Stewart (43), yoga instructor, Dundalk
Wore what? Jumper, £73, jeans, £62, both Place; boots, £150, Replay; bag, £350, Coach.
Why? I don’t really think about ‘my style’, I just wear what suits me. I’m quite playful with colours.
Who? Christine Lampard’s style is feminine and flattering.
Monthly spend: £400
Becca Barra (22), student, Canada
Wore what? Top, £15, Pull & Bear; jacket, £30, hat, £3, both Primark; jeans, £45, bag, £4, both Topshop; boots, £140, Dr Martens.
Why? My style is relaxed but colourful.
Who? I get my style inspiration from YouTuber Tess Christine. Her look is girly and fun.
Monthly spend: £75
Geraldine Morrison (32), teacher, Belfast
Wore what? Top, £10, boots, £30, both New Look; jeans, £30, Zara; coat, £40, boutique in Newcastle.
Why? My style is usually colourful and funky.
Who? I don’t follow celebrity fashion trends for my own look, but I think Fearne Cotton’s style is different. I like how she doesn’t try to fit in with usual trends.
Monthly spend: £100
Madison Clarke (21), student, Canada
Wore what? Dress, £10, Boohoo; jacket, £70, hat, £12, both Dunnes Stores; shoes, £70, Nike; bag, £35, Topshop.
Why? I keep my look simple. I usually wear a lot of black or neutral tones.
Who? Naomi Genes is my style icon. I think her look is casual and cool.
Monthly spend: £75