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Belfast Fashion Spy: 'I follow Zoe Salmon for her unique style'

 

Zoe Salmon (Photo by Ben Pruchnie/Getty Images)
Zoe Salmon (Photo by Ben Pruchnie/Getty Images)
Blogger Emily Shakgough
Aoife Hughes
Sarah McCourt
Ashleigh Wilson
Rachel McLaughlin
Julie Gilmore
Eleanor Trainor
Anna Bengtsson
Molly Elmore
Rachel Dean

By Rachel Dean

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

Sarah McCourt (22), pharmaceutical rep, Ayr, Scotland

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Sarah McCourt
 

Wore what? Jumpsuit, £35, T-shirt, £3.99, headband, £4.99, all H&M; coat, £40, New Look; shoes, £70, Adidas; bag, £800, Mulberry.

Why? My style is modern and consist of lots of natural, neutral tones.

Who? I love how Scottish blogger Emily Shakgough mixes high street fashion with high-end items so effortlessly.

Monthly spend: £100

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Blogger Emily Shakgough

Aoife Hughes (19), sales assistant, Belfast

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Aoife Hughes
 

Wore what? Dress, £32, jacket, £40, both Miss Selfridge; boots, £40, Topshop.

Why? My style changes every day; one day I can be so funky and the next I’ll have a dressy casual look.

Who? YouTuber Anastasia Kingsnorth always changes her look. It always looks fresh and modern.

Monthly spend: £100-150

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Oh Miami how I miss you

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Ashleigh Wilson (26), secretary, Glengormley

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Ashleigh Wilson
 

Wore what? Shirt, £35, coat, £70, trousers, £15, all Topshop; shoes, £25, New Look; bag, £34, Carvela at TK Maxx.

Why? My look is smart casual for work and dressy casual outside of work. I love having a little splash of colour in my outfits.

Who? I follow Zoe Salmon on Instagram for her unique style. I think she looks fabulous.

Monthly spend: £300

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#truelove 💞🍦😋 #icecream

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Rachel McLaughlin (24), health scientist, Castlerock

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Rachel McLaughlin
 

Wore what? Top, £15, jeans, £15, both TK Maxx; jacket, £5, F&F (sale); shoes, £45, Kate Appleby; bag, gift, Guess.

Why? I don’t have a specific look. I just go for what I like.

Who? Holly Willoughby is a great style icon. I love that she has her own, original look.

Monthly spend: £50

Julie Gilmore (52), classroom assistant, Nutts Corner

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Julie Gilmore
 

Wore what? Dress, £17.50, Next; jacket, £50, M&S; boots, £20, New Look; bag, £35, River Island.

Why? I’m usually wearing a dress, so I would say my style is feminine. I’ve recently started to branch out by wearing more colour.

Who? I think Cool FM’s Rebecca McKinney has great style. I love all the girly dresses she often wears.

Monthly spend: £100

Eleanor Trainor (22), supply chain manager, Ayr, Scotland

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Eleanor Trainor
 

Wore what? Jumpsuit, £25, F&F; jacket, £20, New Look; shoes, £30, ASOS; bag, £150, Michael Kors.

Why? I’m really girly. I love anything with a print or pattern.

Who? Michelle Keegan’s look is so naturally stylish and feminine.

Monthly spend: £200

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Double denim👖Double piccie

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Anna Bengtsson (21), administrator, Jordanstown

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Anna Bengtsson
 

Wore what? Jumper, £25, Zara; skirt, £12.50, Nasty Gal; shoes, £12, Primark.

Why? I would have to describe my look as feminine; I love pairing skirts with heels. I keep my style very minimalistic.

Who? I think Rosie Huntington-Whiteley is so classy.

Monthly spend: £150

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Rosie Huntington-Whiteley (Photo by Phillip Faraone/Getty Images)

Molly Elmore (23), student, Lisburn

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Molly Elmore
 

Wore what? Top, £10, bag, £15, both H&M; dress, £20, ASOS; jacket, £14, Primark; shoes, £70, Converse.

Why? I would say I have a grunge look — I like to style dresses with a pair of Converse high tops and a black, leather jacket.

Who? I love blogger Megan Ellaby’s crazy, fun look. She’s not afraid to be bold and different.

Monthly spend: £60-90

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