Belfast Fashion Spy: Holly Willoughby, Lydia Elise Millen and Daisy Lowe influence Northern Ireland style
Rachel Dean checks out the style in Victoria Square, Belfast.
Niamh Morrison (18), air hostess, Coleraine
Wore what? Dress, £7, Pull and Bear; boots, £29.99, Zara; bag, £15, T.K. Maxx.
Why? I would describe my style as a little quirky and bright. I love fashion so I always keep up with trends.
Who? Fashion blogger Lydia Elise Millen’s style is dressy and quirky, and she loves bold colours too. She always looks so well put together.
Meghan McClure (18), student, Lurgan
Wore what? Top, £16, Pull and Bear; jacket, £90, Zara; jeans, £25, H&M; shoes, £30, Miss Selfridge.
Why? My look is modern and edgy. I definitely try to keep up with the trends — I love that Mom jeans are still in style.
Who? I really like Alexa Chung’s edgy fashion choices. I copy a few of them for my own style.
Lorna Loughran (20), student, Newry
Wore what? Jumper, £120, French Connection; jeans, £38, Topshop; boots, £100, White Mountain; bag, gift, Louis Vuitton.
Why? I like simple style. I think it looks much more elegant. I prefer neutral colours over anything too bold.
Who? I admire Kendall Jenner for her style. It’s controversial and she clearly isn’t afraid to challenge fashion norms.
Roseanne McGeown (46), physiotherapist, Belfast
Wore what? Top, £14, Gap; scarf, gift; trousers, £20, bag, £30, both Next; shoes, £15, Marks and Spencer.
Why? If I had to describe my style in one word, it would have to be casual. I always wear stripes. I think they are eye-catching without being too much.
Who? I usually just do my own thing and I don’t really follow celebrity fashion, but I do think Penelope Cruz has great style.
Clare Wilson (31), social worker, Coleraine
Wore what? Blouse, £35, Warehouse; jeans, £38, shoes, £15, both Topshop; bag, £180, Michael Kors.
Why? I would describe my style as feminine and vibrant. I love anything effortless, and if it’s got a floral print it’s even better.
Who? Holly Willoughby and I have quite similar looks. I actually bought the blouse I’m wearing because I saw Holly wearing it on Instagram and I had to have it.
Hannah Eakin (20), student, Banbridge
Wore what? Jumper, £15, Pull and Bear; jacket, £15, Gap; jeans, £38, Topshop; shoes, £60, Clarks; bag, gift, Michael Kors.
Why? I like my style to be simple, casual and super-comfy. I usually wear softer pastel colours.
Who? Actress Dianna Agron’s street style is really cute and relaxed. I like her look for events, too, as it’s so classy.
Aimee Liggett (20), student, Bangor
Wore what? Jumper, £10, shoes, £1, both Primark; jacket, £20, Topshop; jeans, £39, Levi’s; belt, £220, Gucci; backpack, £30, River Island.
Why? I follow a lot of fashion trends, so I would say my style is seasonal. I’m loving easy, casual looks at the moment — I can just throw on a jumper and accessorise.
Who? Daisy Lowe’s style is classy, but still quite fun. I take points from her style to add to my own look.
Amy Smith (21), student, Belfast
Wore what? Blouse, £35, jeans, £65, both Monsoon; jacket, £25, Primark; boots, £25, Bershka; bag, gift.
Why? My look is very modern — I like a plain and simple style, with lots of black tones.
Who? Emily Ratajkowski’s style is so cool and relaxed. There’s a real fresh, modern vibe to her look.