Rachel Dean checks out the style in Victoria Square, Belfast.
Wore what? Jumper, £2 (sale), Dunnes Stores; coat, £40, Stradivarius; skirt, £35, Zara; Boots, £25, New Look; bag, £20, TK Maxx.
Why? My style is smart casual. I do tend to wear a lot of blush tones as it’s a subtle way to play with colour.
Who? Cool FM’s Melissa Riddell has such a quirky look. Sometimes I’ll see something on her and have to go buy it.
Wore what? Top, £7, jeans, £11, both PrettyLittleThing; jacket, £55, Missguided; boots, £35, DV8; bag, £7, Primark.
Why? My style would definitely be described as modern and girly. I’m loving faux fur jackets at the moment.
Who? I follow fashion influencer Alani Figueroa on Instagram because her look is so cool and fun.
Wore what? Top, £30, River Island; coat, £40, New Look; trousers, £20, boots, £39.99, both Stradivarius; hat, £5, Primark; bag, gift, Moschino.
Why? My look is quirky with a bit of a European vibe. I tend to wear neutral tones and I love shopping from Spanish brands such as Zara and Stradivarius.
Who? I like Megan McKenna’s neutral, feminine style.
Wore what? Dress, £12, Matalan; coat, £55, Miss Selfridge; boots, £20, F&F; bag, £25, Amazon.
Why? My look would probably be described as sophisticated with a quirky twist. I’m usually in a dress and a pair of boots.
Who? I think Meghan Markle is just beautiful and so stylish.
Wore what? Top, £7, jacket, £25, trousers, £7, all Primark; shoes, £55, Converse; bag, £80, Ted Baker.
Why? My whole wardrobe is made up of black, white and beige. I would probably describe my style as casual but still on trend, as everyone seems to be loving the relaxed look at the moment.
Who? NI stylist and blogger Aisling Gallagher’s look is ‘out there’ and fun.
Wore what? Top, £12, jeans, £40, Topshop; jacket, £30, New Look; shoes, £55, Converse; bag, £40, ASOS.
Why? I do try to keep up with the trends a little bit. My style is quite casual.
Who? It’ll always be Alexa Chung for me. Her look is so cool.
Wore what? Jumper, £55, Ralph Lauren; coat, £30, Miss Selfridge; trousers, £3, hat, £3, charity shop in Sweden; boots, £100, Dr Martens; bag, £70, Longchamp.
Why? I aim to get good wear out of my clothing, so I try to buy timeless pieces. Overall, my style is simple and neutral. I don’t really do colours.
Who? German fashion blogger Leonie Hanne’s style is so creative. You never really see people who dress like she does.
Wore what? Top, £4.95, jacket, £39.99, jeans, £25, boots, £40, bag, £15, all Mango.
Why? I would describe my style as feminine with an edge. I can go from ‘girly girl’ one day to ‘rock chick’ the next day.
Who? Vanessa Hudgens isn’t afraid to stand out from a crowd. I love her unique take on the bohemian look.