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Belfast fashion spy: I think Jennifer Aniston’s style is classy but sexy


Our reporter Rachel Dean checks out the style in Victoria Square, Belfast and finds plenty of trendy people with great style inspiration.

Kate Keith (37), lawyer/baker, Belfast

Kate Keith

Wore what? Jumper, £29, H&M; jeans, £30, Zara; shoes, £40, Topshop; bag, £250, Kate Spade.

Why? My style consists of anything quick, casual and comfortable. Though, I do love dressing up a bit more when I go out. I like a splash of colour in all looks.

Who? Sienna Miller’s style is effortless and relaxed but still very much on trend.

Monthly spend: £50-100


Sophie Gourley (21), nurse, Ballygowan

Sophie Gourley

Wore what?  Top, £12, Zara; jacket, £40, Crafted; trousers, £15, Primark; shoes, £15, New Look; bag, gift, Michael Kors.

Why? My style is very modern — I always dress according to the most recent trends. I love neutral colours, I think they look clean and flattering.

Who? Jade Thirlwall’s street style is so chic and cool. Her outfits always look really effortless but so fashionable.

Monthly spend: £100 plus

Jade Thirlwall (Getty)

Orlagh Toner (19), student, Dungiven

Orlagh Toner

Wore what? Jumper, £25, trousers, £26, both Topshop; shoes, £45, Converse; bag, £10, Dune.

Why? Sometimes my style is very girly and sometimes it’s more vintage inspired. I don’t mind changing my look. I love relaxed looks with loose-fitted jumpers and trousers.

Who? I love how versatile Emily Ratajkowski’s style is. She has a very different look. I get some points from her style.

Monthly spend: £50

Emily Ratajkowski (Photo by Ben Gabbe/Getty Images)

Charleen Henry (45), stay-at-home mum, Belfast

Charleen Henry

Wore what? Top, £22, New Look; jacket, £30, DV8; trousers, £45, River Island; boots, £140, Dune; bag, £450, Valentino.

Why?  I have classic style. I would describe my look as smart casual and quite chic.

Who?  I love Jennifer Aniston’s style. She is so classy but keeps it sexy, too.

Monthly spend: £150

Jennifer Aniston (Photo by Pascal Le Segretain/Getty Images)

Emma Buick (36), health visitor, Ballymoney

Emma Buick

Wore what? Jumper, £20, jacket, £35, scarf, £7, all New Look; jeans, £40, River Island; boots, £12, Primark; bag, £35, Parfois.

Why? I’m all about matching — it makes an outfit look well put together. My style is seasonal and I am loving the autumnal colours at the moment, especially rusty oranges and greens.

Who? I like Fearne Cotton’s edgy looks. She’s definitely a style icon for me.

Monthly spend: £150

Fearne Cotton (Photo by Jeff Spicer/Getty Images)

Tamara Roberts (21), student, Belfast

Tamara Roberts

Wore what?  Jumper, £6, skirt, £10, shoes £8, all Primark; jacket, £40, Brooker; bag, £25, New Look.

Why? I would have to describe my style as individualistic and quirky. If I had to choose one season for fashion it would have to be autumn because I love the colours.

Who? Maisie Williams has such a cute look. I like that she isn’t afraid to be edgy and a bit out there.

Monthly spend: £50

Maisie Williams (Photo by Frazer Harrison/Getty Images for Entertainment Weekly)

Jenny Bailie (29), skincare specialist, Bangor

Jenny Bailie

Wore what? Top, £20, Dunnes Stores; jeans, £38, Topshop; boots, £24, New Look; sunglasses, £14, TK Maxx.

Why? My look has always been very feminine and I love floral prints.

Who?  I follow Una Healy on Instagram and I think her style is so fun and creative.

Monthly spend: £40

Una Healy (Photo by Samir Hussein/Getty Images)

Noreen McCann (39), nursing assistant, Randalstown

Noreen McCann

Wore what? Top, £40, jacket, £34, H&M; skirt, £40, boots, £80, both Topshop; necklace, £15, Forever 21; bag, £800, Louis Vuitton.

Why? I like all things quirky and different. I have quite an alternative rock influenced, look.

Who? I think Zoe Saldana’s style is quirky and fun. No two outfits look the same with her.

Monthly spend: £200-300

Zoe Saldana (Photo by Phillip Faraone/Getty Images for NALIP)

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