Belfast Telegraph

Belfast Fashion Spy: 'Kate Moss is just so quirky and funky'

Kate Moss (Photo by Pascal Le Segretain/Getty Images for Dior)
Kate Moss (Photo by Pascal Le Segretain/Getty Images for Dior)
Sharon Kennedy
Eimear Leathem
Ursula McWilliams
Maria McFarland
Natasha Clarke
Megan Hamilton
Rachael Maxwell
Abbie McDougall

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

Sharon Kennedy (43), civil servant, Belfast

0318FashionSpy002.jpg
Sharon Kennedy
 

Wore what? Scarf, £7, Primark; coat, £25, Primark; boots, £35, New Look; dress, £35, Zara.

Why? I like to be casual a lot of the time, usually just jeans and a nice top, but I will glam up for a Saturday night.

Who? I love Kate Moss — she is just so quirky and funky and it’s how I would love to dress myself if I had her cash.

GettyImages-611541776.jpg
Kate Moss (Photo by Pascal Le Segretain/Getty Images for Dior)

Eimear Leathem (27), administrator, Lurgan

0318FashionSpy003.jpg
Eimear Leathem
 

Wore what? Body warmer, £30, Hollister; top, £10, Primark; jeans, £12, Primark; boots, £30, Superdry.

Why? My style is actually pretty girly and feminine — I usually wear dresses.

Who? Suzanne Jackson’s style is a mix of top end and high street and I like that her looks can be a bit more affordable.

Ursula McWilliams (30), occupational therapist, Kilrea

Fashion spy 4 (2).jpg
Ursula McWilliams
 

Wore what? Jumper, £10, Primark; coat, £100, scarf, £25, both Spoilt Belle Boutique (Magherafelt); jeans, £40, Topshop; boots, £30, Sarah’s Shoes (Ballymoney); bag, gift.

Why? My style is simple and classic and I usually go for neutral tones.

Who? Naomie Harris has great style. It’s feminine and classy.

GettyImages-920231948.jpg
Naomie Harris (Photo by Jeff Spicer/Jeff Spicer/Getty Images)

Maria McFarland (21), blogger, Belfast

Fashion Spy 3 (2).jpg
Maria McFarland
 

Wore what? Jumper, vintage; jacket, £50, Warehouse; jeans, £5, H&M; boots, £50, Mango; bag, £200, Kate Spade.

Why? My look could be described as smart casual and practical. I like styling it up a little with some bold colours.

Who? I love Megan Ellaby’s style because it’s a mix of high street and designer fashion.

Natasha Clarke (32), beauty store manager, Glengormley

Fashion spy 5 (2).jpg
Natasha Clarke
 

Wore what? Dress, £80, Guess; coat, £60, Boohoo; denim jacket, £40, Zara; boots, £40, Stradivarius; bag, £180, Moschino.

Why? I just do my own thing and buy what suits me or what I like. I would say my my style is usually smart casual with a funky twist.

Who? I get all my style inspiration from the Kardashians.

GettyImages-185906212.jpg
Khloe Kardashian, Kim Kardashian and Kourtney Kardashian (Photo by Ethan Miller/Getty Images)

Megan Hamilton (23), sales manager, Templepatrick

0318FashionSpy001.jpg
Megan Hamilton
 

Wore what? Boots, H&M, £20; skirt, Zara, gift; jacket, H&M £10; scarf, £5, H&M; top, £18, H&M.

Why? I love anything that’s comfortable and I really like floral prints at the minute as well.

Who? I like Kendall Jenner’s style, because it’s really cool, but comfortable and everyone can take inspiration from her.

GettyImages-691947940.jpg
Kendall Jenner (Photo by Andrew Toth/Getty Images for Veuve Clicquot)

Rachael Maxwell (23), student, Enniskillen

Fashion spy 2 (2).jpg
Rachael Maxwell
 

Wore what? Top, £20, trousers, £25, both Miss Selfridge; jacket, £20, Missguided; shoes, £15, La Redoute; bag, £30, Accessorize.

Why? I tend to stick by the trends. My look is a quite girly.

Who? Louise Cooney’s style is up-to-date. I usually take points from her looks.

Abbie McDougall (23), administrative officer, Edinburgh

Fashion spy (2).jpg
Abbie McDougall
 

Wore what? Coat, £45, scarf, £18, both F&F; jeans, £24, hat, £8, both New Look; boots, £18, Dorothy Perkins; bag, £30, TK Maxx.

Why? My style is conservative but still trendy. I tend to go for softer colours.

Who? I like Blake Lively’s style. It’s so classy and she always looks stunning.

GettyImages-678070010.jpg
Blake Lively (Photo by Mike Coppola/Getty Images for People.com)

Belfast Telegraph Digital

Popular

From Belfast Telegraph