Belfast Fashion Spy: 'Georgia Toffolo's look is elegant but still youthful'
Rachel Dean checks out the style in Victoria Square, Belfast.
Arianna Higgins (22), food technologist, Kilkeel
Wore what? Jumper, £24, skirt, £24, both Topshop; boots, gift; bag, £70, Guess.
Why? I would say my style is dressy-casual. I prefer autumnal colours over anything bright.
Who? I love how Georgia Toffolo’s look is elegant but still youthful.
Jackie Hendron (49), engineering director, Parkgate
Wore what? Top, £40, Cameo Lifestyle Boutique; jacket, £50, Zara; jeans, £49, Next; boots, £15, Menarys; bag, £400, Michael Kors.
Why? My style could be described as feminine and dressy. I usually pair jeans with heels or boots — I rarely wear flats.
Who? I think Gina Torres has great style on screen and off. She looks so smart.
Emily Lane (20), student, Ballygowan
Wore what? Top, £3, New Look; shirt, £35, jeans, £40, shoes, £15, all Topshop; bag, £120, Kate Spade.
Why? My look is classic. I like to add some colour, animal prints or stripes to make an outfit more interesting.
Who? I love the style at Topshop — the clothing is current. Bella Hadid has modelled for them before and she has such a cool look.
Grace Curran (22), student, Cloughey
Wore what? Bodysuit, £15, ASOS; jacket, £40, New Look; jeans, £22, boots, £35, both Dorothy Perkins; bag, £35, Accessorize.
Why? I would say my style is pretty simple with just one pop of colour.
Who? I love Tanya Burr’s effortless, quirky style.
Jaclyn Murray (39), civil servant, Lurgan
Wore what? Dress, £30, ASOS; shoes, £50, Vans; bag, £20, Topshop.
Why? I’m on board with the trend of dressing down outfits by wearing trainers or Vans. It’s modern and comfortable.
Who? I like Fearne Cotton’s style because it’s casual with a funky twist.
Hannah Shields (54), dentist, Londonderry
Wore what? Top, £15, market in Spain; blazer, £50, trousers, £30, both Zara; shoes, £100, LK Bennett; bag, gift, Prada.
Why? My look is individualistic and quirky. For me, comfort is very important when it comes to clothing.
Who? I don’t keep up on celebrity style, but I do follow brand fashion trends. At the moment, I love Ted Baker for its simple, classy looks.
Nuala Donnelly (27), vintage shop manager, Newry
Wore what? Top, £15, Postmodern Jukebox merchandise; jacket, £7, trousers, £5, headband, £1.50, backpack, £5, all Red Cross Vintage & Retro shop; boots, £3, Primark.
Why? I wear a lot of vintage, retro or quirky pieces. I like to be creative with my look.
Who? Dita Von Teese’s look is stunning. I love how she styles vintage clothing.
Niamh McMullan (17), student, Ballymena
Wore what? Jumper, £18, Zara; jacket, £35, H&M; jeans, £42, Topshop; shoes, £60, Adidas.
Why? I love bright colours and bold stripes.
Who? Kendall Jenner’s style complements her shape so well. I love her simple but chic look.