Belfast fashion spy: Sarah Jessica Parker is individual and quirky
Rachel Dean checks out the style in Victoria Square, Belfast.
Aisling Hosick (28), sales assistant, Lisburn
Wore what? Top, £7.99, New Look; jacket, £35, M&S; jeans, £29.99, Zara; shoes, £80, bag, £50, both Aldo.
Why? I do follow trends, but I mix and match to make my own style. I have been really venturing into colour recently and I love it.
Who? I admire Alexa Chung for her unique style.
Jessica Topping (20), assistant nurse, Comber
Wore what? Top, £30, Superdry; trousers, £42, Topshop; jacket, £25, F&F; shoes, £22, New Look; bag, £120, Michael Kors.
Why? I keep a quirky look. I’m loving the patterned trousers trend at the moment.
Who? Kat Von D has such a cool, edgy look.
Natasha McCabe (27), sales advisor, Belfast
Wore what? Dress, £18, George; jacket, £35, Stradivarius; shoes, £12, New Look; bag, gift.
Why? Aside from the occasional pattern, my look is pretty casual. My outfits are either really dark or really bright.
Who? I love how Jennifer Aniston layers in a way that still complements her figure.
Lindsey Gibson (28), accountant, Belfast
Wore what? Top, £25, jeans, £30, both Zara; shoes, £45, Topshop; bag, £450, Coach.
Why? I would definitely describe my style as girly and casual. I do always try to include a little bit of colour into my look.
Who? I follow Naomi Boyer on Instagram and I love the way she styles simple basics.
Aisling Kelly (30), trainee lawyer, Belfast
Wore what? Blouse, £36, jeans, £42, both Topshop; coat, £80, Zara; shoes, £32. ASOS; bag, £180, Ted Baker.
Why? I would say my look is simple but smart. Usually if something’s comfortable, it’s for me.
Who? I love Olivia Palermo’s street style because it’s sophisticated without doing too much. I love her blocked colour looks.
Maire Mullin (32), marketing executive, Tyrone
Wore what? Top, £30, Next; jeans, £25, Stradivarius; boots, £30, New Look; bag, £50, TK Maxx.
Why? My style is smart-casual and feminine. I’m a fan of bold prints and bright colours — I think they add a little something to a look.
Who? Holly Willoughby always looks so lovely. Her style is feminine and pretty.
Melissa Daly (27), manager, Dublin
Wore what? Jumpsuit, £80, River Island; shoes, £18, Primark; bag, £1,000, Louis Vuitton.
Why? I would describe my look as chic and effortless.
Who? I don’t follow celebrity fashion trends. I keep up with high-street store trends, like Topshop and River Island.
Alix Gordon (40), sales consultant, Moira
Wore what? Top, £29.99, Zara; jacket, £40, jeans, £30, both Topshop; shoes, £19.99, New Look; bag, £40, Bags Plus.
Why? My look is seasonal. I don’t try to keep up with trends. I just buy and wear what I think suits me and my style.
Who? Sarah Jessica Parker has to be my style icon. Her look is individual, quirky and still age-appropriate.
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