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Belfast Fashion Spy: Frankie Bridge’s look is casual, comfy but extremely stylish

 

Frankie Bridge (Photo by Eamonn M. McCormack/Getty Images)
Frankie Bridge (Photo by Eamonn M. McCormack/Getty Images)
Debbie McGuigan
Hannah Blair
Rebecca Walker
Gillian Wilkinson
Bethany Reily
Niamh McLernon
Deirdre White
Loran McAskie

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

Debbie McGuigan (42), sales manager, Lurgan

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Debbie McGuigan
 

Wore what? Top, £12, Topshop; jacket, £40, Miss Selfridge; skirt, £45, boots, £45, both Next; bag, £1,000, Louis Vuitton.

Why? I’m not really a trend follower. I wear shoe boots with absolutely everything, they are my favourite type of shoe.

Who? I love Frankie Bridge’s look because it’s casual, comfy but still extremely stylish.

Monthly spend: £100

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Frankie Bridge (Photo by Eamonn M. McCormack/Getty Images)

Hannah Blair (20), student, Belfast

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Hannah Blair
 

Wore what? Top, £10, pinafore, £24, both Abercrombie & Fitch; boots, £40, Dune; bag, £30, River Island.

Why? I have quite a girly, preppy look. I just love comfortable clothing.

Who? I like how the Kardashians all have their own style and are brave enough to wear anything they want.

Monthly spend: £50

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Rebecca Walker (25), store manager, Banbridge

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Rebecca Walker
 

Wore what? Top, £15, Pull & Bear; jacket, £20, Primark; jeans, £25, boots, £30, bag, £30, all New Look.

Why? My look is casual and a little bit quirky. I have plenty of colour in my wardrobe.

Who? I always copy Anne-Marie’s style. I like her tomboy look.

Monthly spend: £200

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Anne-Marie Photo by Neil P. Mockford/Getty Images)

Gillian Wilkinson (35), gym owner, Ballyclare

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Gillian Wilkinson
 

Wore what? Dress, £30, boots, £30, both Zara; jacket, £60, Topshop; bag, £300, Kate Spade.

Why? I love glamorous looks. I’m very girly — I’m usually wearing pink.

Who? My style icon is Victoria Beckham. I love that she’s a mum, like me, and still keeps her style super-trendy.

Monthly spend: £500

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Victoria Beckham (Photo by Pascal Le Segretain/Getty Images)

Bethany Reilly (19), student, Ballynahinch

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Bethany Reily
 

Wore what? Top, £12, Missguided; jacket, £25, Warehouse; jeans, £10, Primark; scarf, £8, boots, £49, both Topshop; bag, £200, Michael Kors.

Why? My style is relaxed. I usually shop high street, but I don’t mind spending a little extra for a quality designer bag.

Who? I get a lot of inspiration from both Blake Lively and Michelle Keegan. They both have feminine, stylish looks.

Monthly spend: £100-150

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Blake Lively (Photo by Jamie McCarthy/Getty Images for Michael Kors)

Niamh McLernon (21), student, Toomebridge

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Niamh McLernon
 

Wore what? Top, £9, Zara; jacket, £10, Studio; jeans, £12, shoes, £8, bag, £10, all Primark.

Why? I would say my look is feminine and colourful.

Who? Suzanne Jackson’s style is current and straight off the high-street.

Monthly spend: £100

Deirdre White (45), self-employed, Ballyclare

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Deirdre White
 

Wore what? Top, £23, Superdry; jacket, £140, Sandwich; jeans, £80, Guess; shoes, £85, bag, £80, both Dune.

Why? I would describe my style as dressy, casual and trendy.

Who? I think Holly Willoughby is very stylish. She always looks so well put together.

Monthly spend: £200

Lauren McAskie (19), student, Belfast

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Loran McAskie
 

Wore what? Jumper, £20, coat, £60, both NA-KD; skirt, £20, Urban Outfitters; boots, £130, Dr Martens; bag, £70, Fjällräven.

Why? I never really wear colour, I wear a lot of black, white or neutral-toned outfits.

Who? Lucy Watson is my style inspiration. I like how she incorporates faux fur items into her looks.

Monthly spend: £300

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