Belfast Fashion Spy: 'I think Caroline Flack’s look is so on-trend'
Rachel Dean checks out the style in Victoria Square, Belfast.
Louise Lavery (39), sales assistant, Lisburn
Wore what? Top, £12.99, skirt, £22.99, trainers, £19.99, all New Look; jacket, £25.99, bag, £19.99, both Zara.
Why? I would describe my look as current and girly. I always keep up with the latest trends.
Who? I love Caroline Flack’s feminine style.
Ciara Maitland (35), project manager, Belfast
Wore what? Dress, £59, Oliver Bonas; boots, £40, bag, £30, both Oasis.
Why? My look could be described as smart casual and simple.
Who? Victoria Beckham’s style is smart, classy and understated.
Paula Kelly (40), store manager, Ballymena
Wore what? Top, £20, Per Una; jeans, £20, New Look; jacket, £45, bag, £45, both River Island; shoes, £60, Topshop.
Why? I usually describe my look as smart casual. I prefer blush tones over bright colours.
Who? I think Rita Ora is so stylish, even at her most casual.
Olivia Williamson (20), student, Belfast
Wore what? Dress, £15, New Look; shoes, £75, Nike; backpack, £65, Fjallraven Kanken.
Why? I like to experiment with my style and try things that are a little ‘outside the box’. I’m a big fan of colourful fashion.
Who? I love Billie Eilish’s look because it’s so out there.
Karen McGuigan (35), civil servant, Aghagallon
Wore what? Blouse, £45, Zara; jacket, £80, boutique in Dubai; trousers, £40, shoes, £50, both River Island; bag. £250, Michael Kors.
Why? My look is classic and styled with mostly neutral tones.
Who? I follow blogger Suzanne Jackson for fashion, hair and beauty advice. I think she has a great look.
Caroline Enevoldsen (47), civil servant, Ballymena
Wore what? Top, £18, Savida; jacket, £60, Warehouse; trousers, £49, Topshop; shoes, £60, House of Fraser; bag, £59, Carvela.
Why? I keep my style casual but still smart. I prefer earthy, neutral tones over anything bold.
Who? I think Caroline Flack’s look is so on-trend.
Shauna Donaghy (35), stay-at-home mum, Claudy
Wore what? Top, £8, skirt, £12, both Primark; jacket, £50, Topshop; shoes, £15, Dress Me Boutique, Londonderry; bag, £25, boutique in Dungannon.
Why? My style is quite girly, but I wear a lot of black.
Who? I like Irish blogger Rosie Connolly-Quinn’s style colour palette. Her look is wearable and timeless.
Mary-Kate O’Neill (24), classroom assistant, Belfast
Wore what? Top, £5, Nasty Gal; blazer, £13, Primark; jeans, £15, Miss Selfridge; boots, £120, Dr. Martens; backpack, £80, Kate Spade.
Why? I love mixing and even clashing different colours and prints. I’m really into street style.
Who? I follow TV presenter Stacey Dooley on Instagram because I think her style is so cool.