Belfast Fashion Spy: 'Kylie Jenner never gets it wrong'
Rachel Dean checks out the style in Victoria Square, Belfast.
Stefanie Smyth (26), teacher, Belfast
Wore what? Jumper, £5, Primark; coat, £30, Mango; skirt, £15, New Look; scarf, £2, F&F; boots, £30, Miss Selfridge; bag, £10, market in Spain.
Why? My style could be described as classic.
Who? I think Lucy Mecklenburgh has a great style. She always looks so well put together.
Monthly spend: £200
Una Farrell (51), principal, Banbridge
Wore what? Top, £35, coat, £85, both River Island; jeans, £20, H&M; boots, £76, Guess; bag, £250, Michael Kors.
Why? I do like to keep my look fresh and modern. My style is quite colourful.
Who? I’ve always followed Holly Willoughby’s style.
Monthly spend: £100
Hannah Miskimmon (23), architect, Belfast
Wore what? Top, £24, PrettyLittleThing; jeans, £20, Urban Outfitters; hat, £15, Topshop; jacket, £80, boots, £25, bag, £40, all Zara.
Why? My style can change at any time. Sometimes I’m quite preppy or just really casual.
Who? Blake Lively’s style is original. I love how she has embraced power suits recently.
Monthly spend: £100-150
Emma Jane Mooney (26), store manager, Ballycastle
Wore what? Top, £16, Zara; jacket, £60, skirt, £25, both River Island; boots, £10, Primark.
Why? My look is so feminine. I’m always wearing skirts and boots.
Who? Victoria Beckham is my style icon. Her look is classy.
Monthly spend: £250
Rebecca Coney (22), day care assistant, Coalisland
Wore what? Top, £15, leggings, £10, gilet, £50, all New Look; boots, £20, XTI; bag, £350, Michael Kors.
Why? My style is simple — I stick to greys, blacks and neutrals mostly. Faux fur is a good way of adding texture to a look.
Who? I follow Kylie Jenner on Instagram. I love her style, I think she never gets it wrong.
Monthly spend: £400
Aideen Farrell (26), biomedical scientist, Banbridge
Wore what? Dress, £25, Boohoo; coat, £40, Dorothy Perkins; boots, £12, bag, £8, both Primark.
Why? My look is feminine. I wear a lot of dresses, skirts and floral prints.
Who? I love how Suzanne Jackson’s style is achievable. She shops for the best Primark bargains and styles them perfectly.
Monthly spend: £50
Mary Rafferty (27), principal, Garvagh
Wore what? Jumper, £20, boots, £30, both New Look; skirt, £25, ASOS; headband, £10, Topshop; bag, gift, DKNY.
Why? I’ve been putting much more effort into my outfits recently and have been wary of accessorising in ways that add to a look.
Who? I like how blogger Erica Davies styles her outfits. I definitely get some tips from her.
Monthly spend: £100
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Going out! Wearing the M&S dress that’s so good everyone has already worn it! I’m teaming it with a velvet jacket in exactly the same colour. I suppose it’s just a way of saying you don’t need to stick to black or neutrals if you’re doing a top to toe look. One bright colour, in a mixture of fabrics or textures, also works. I’m wearing burgundy sandals because that picks up on the print in the dress - might also add burgundy tights, because it is Baltic tonight! PS thanks to everyone who spotted my hall on George Clarke’s Old House New House last night and messaged me! 😉 CREDITS: Dress, M&S (paid with a gift voucher c/o M&S, as part of my monthly paid partnership with them) | Blazer, Boden | Earrings, Finery | Sandals, Arket ✨
Ciara McCabe (19), student, Belfast
Wore what? Top, £5, Forever 21; jacket, £70, Urban Outfitters; trousers, £22, boots, £10, both New Look.
Why? I would describe my style as eclectic. I’m loving printed trousers at the moment — they make an outfit much more interesting than jeans.
Who? I love Florence Welch for her bohemian look.
Monthly spend: £40
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