Belfast Fashion Spy: 'Jennifer Aniston’s style is very relaxed but classy'
Rachel Dean checks out the style in Victoria Square, Belfast.
Deborah-Anne Armstrong (21), sales assistant, Downpatrick
Wore what? Dress, £99, Coast; jacket, £40, Miss Selfridge; shoes, £25, New Look; bag, £25, Tom & Eva.
Why? My style changes a lot but it’s always feminine. For work, my style could be described as smart casual.
Who? I think Meghan Markle’s look is always well put together, she’s very elegant.
Louise Kelly (27), dental hygienist, Galway
Wore what? Top, £9, coat, £53, both Burn; jeans, £35, Vera Moda; boots, £25, New Look; bag, £10, Primark.
Why? I would say my style is quite girly. I love floral prints and feminine colours.
Who? I like Jennifer Aniston’s style, it’s a very relaxed but classy look.
Jacqueline Hume (51), tax adviser, Londonderry
Wore what? Dress, £50, Zara; coat, £250, Room 7; boots, £100, Kurt Geiger; bag, £100, Karen Millen.
Why? I would describe my style as effortless, wearable and feminine. My favourite clothing brand is Rixo London, the dresses are stunning.
Who? Millie Mackintosh’s style is fresh and feminine.
Rachael Kinkade (26), teacher, Wicklow
Wore what? Coat, £61, boots, £26, both Dunnes Stores; jeans, £25, TK Maxx; bag, £60, boutique in Scotland.
Why? My style is eclectic. I like bold prints.
Who? I love Roz Purcell’s style for an everyday look and Pippa O’Connor’s style for a dressy look.
Lesley McLaverty (48), insurance broker, Belfast
Wore what? Blouse, £80, coat, £200, shoes, £60, all Boden; jeans, £50, Oasis; scarf, £70, White Bicycle (Holywood); bag, £995, Mulberry.
Why? My style is classic and conservative. I like to have a little touch of colour in my look.
Who? Olivia Palermo’s look is so classy.
Andrea Anderson (48), human resources rep, Belfast
Wore what? Coat, £90, jeans, £40, both Zara; boots, £100, Carvela; scarf, £150, bag, £995, both Mulberry.
Why? I tend to go for neutral colours. I was happy to see camel tones coming back into style, it’s so easy to pair with.
Who? I think Holly Willoughby’s style is simple but effective. It’s achievable, too.
Chrystal Hamill (17), student, Larne
Wore what? Top, £10, Topshop; jacket, £20, Stradivarius; trousers, £35, Urban Outfitters; shoes, gift, Dr Martens; bag, £20, Pull & Bear.
Why? I love the Urban Outfitters look. My style is a mixture of vintage and grunge.
Who? Youtuber Raven Elyse has great style. She dips into Nineties fashion and it really works.
Hester Jingles (23), classroom assistant, Ballycarry
Wore what? Top, £30, Oasis; coat, £75, Warehouse; skirt, £40, Zara; shoes, £25, Marks & Spencer; bag, £70, Dune.
Why? I mix textures and patterns in my look. I love colourful embroidery at the moment.
Who? I love how Alexa Chung mixes different patterns and styles.
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