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Belfast Fashion Spy: I like Gigi Hadid’s modern girly look


Gigi Hadid (Photo by Theo Wargo/Getty Images)
Gigi Hadid (Photo by Theo Wargo/Getty Images)
Geraldine McGrath
Rebecca Gray
Taylor McCoy
Muireann Ni Bhaoill
Alyssia McAnee
Kelly-Anne Flynn
Jackie Murphy
Fiona Keating
Rachel Dean

By Rachel Dean

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

Geraldine McGrath (37), business coach/mentor, Enniskillen

Geraldine McGrath

Wore what? Top, £19.99, New Look; jacket, £40, Tu Clothing at Sainsbury’s; skirt, £12.99, sandals, £14.99, both George at ASDA; bag, £35, River Island.

Why? I’m not afraid to experiment with colour and pattern. I don’t have a particular style — if I like and suit something, I’ll happily wear it.

Who? Christine Lampard always gets it right. Everything she wears suits her so well.

Monthly spend: £100-150

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Loose Looks @loosewomen 🌈 ⚪️⚫️😘

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Rebecca Gray (21), student, Ballymena

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Rebecca Gray

Wore what? Top, £6, Zara; jacket, £30, Topshop; jeans, £20, Pull & Bear; sandals, £30, Office.

Why? My look is very simple. I definitely prefer softer tones over bold colours.

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Who? I love how Cool FM’s Melissa Riddell experiments with style. She’s so daring, and it always works.

Monthly spend: £50-100

Taylor McCoy (21), student, Belfast

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Taylor McCoy

Wore what? Top, £8, cardigan, £12, both Primark; jeans, £20, New Look; sandals, £12, DV8; bag, £50, Michael Kors.

Why? My style is super casual. I try to keep it seasonal.

Who? I love Holly Willoughby’s style. I like all the long, flowing dresses she wears.

Monthly spend: £20

Muireann Ni Bhaoill (21), student, Galway

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Muireann Ni Bhaoill

Wore what? Top, £10, River Island; dress, £15, Primark; shoes, £60, Topshop; bag, £70, Longchamp.

Why? I’m so girly. I’m big into dresses and patterns.

Who? I like Gigi Hadid’s modern girly look.

Monthly spend: £50 or less

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Alyssia McAnee (25), psychologist, Belfast

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Alyssia McAnee

Wore what? Dress, £150, Karen Millen; jacket, £30, Nasty Gal; shoes, £45, Zara; bag, £270, Vivienne Westwood.

Why? I would say my style is simple and on-trend. I like to mix designer pieces with high-street fashion and dressy pieces with more casual items.

Who? I like how Victoria Beckham’s style is classic and simple but still so stylish.

Monthly spend: £100

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Victoria Beckham (Photo by Victor Boyko/Getty Images for YouTube)

Kelly-Anne Flynn (43), health promoter, Belfast

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Kelly-Anne Flynn

Wore what? Dress, £48, Miss Selfridge; boots, £94, Office; bag, gift, Stella McCartney.

Why? I love anything bohemian at the moment, especially colourful printed dresses. I would say my look is feminine — I’m usually in a dress.

Who? I really like Kourtney Kardashian’s style.

Monthly spend: £500

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Jackie Murphy (56), health service worker, Belfast

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Jackie Murphy

Wore what? Dress, £24.99, New Look; jacket, £15, H&M; shoes, £30, TK Maxx; bag, gift, Coach.

Why? I would describe my style as classic and feminine. I absolutely love wearing colour.

Who? Eva Longoria’s style is classy. I think she looks great.

Monthly spend: £100

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Eva Longoria (Photo by Vittorio Zunino Celotto/Getty Images for Kering)

Fiona Keating (52), retail manager, Belfast

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Fiona Keating

Wore what? Dress, £50, shoes, £25, both Next; jacket, £100, Massimo Dutti.

Why? I keep my look timeless and classic. I like to invest in quality pieces that never go out of fashion.

Who? Meghan Markle always looks stunning. I love her understated, classy style.

Monthly spend: £100

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Meghan, Duchess of Sussex (Photo by Tolga Akmen -WPA Pool/Getty Images)

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