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Belfast Fashion Spy: Victoria Beckham's style is so chic

Rachel Dean and Kerry McKittrick check out the style in Victoria Square, Belfast

Jodie Garrett (22), student, Belfast

Jodie Garrett (22), student, Belfast

Wore what? Jumper, £35, Zara; jeans, £22, scarf, £20, both Debenhams; coat, £25, boots, £18, bag, £15, all Primark.

Why? I keep a classy, simple look — I’m not a fan of bold patterns. I think mixing monochromes looks really smart.

Who? Victoria Beckham’s look is simple and chic.

Monthly spend: £100

Victoria Beckham (Photo by Dimitrios Kambouris/Getty Images)

Shirin Smyth (46), science teacher, Byron Bay

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Shirin Smyth (46), science teacher, Byron Bay

Wore what? Gilet, £20, Gap; cardigan, £80, jeans, £50, Witchery; top, £20, Jeans West; shoes, present; handbag, Pierre Cardin, present.

Why? I like casual-luxe. I go for nice, comfortable clothes that are well made.

Who? I like the classics, so someone like Audrey Hepburn.

Monthly spend: £50-£60

Audrey Hepburn on the set of the film 'Sabrina' in October 1953. (Getty Images)

Laura McGinley (21), hairdresser, Strabane

Laura McGinley (21), hairdresser, Strabane

Wore what? Dress, £38, Miss Selfridge; jacket, £25, leggings, £8, both Primark; hat, £14, River Island; scarf, gift; boots, £50, Topshop; bag, £20, New Look.

Why? I would describe my style as girly. I love the winter season of fashion.

Who? I think Billie Faiers has a stunning look. She’s so classy and feminine.

Monthly spend: £100 plus

Billie Faiers (Photo by Jeff Spicer/Getty Images)

Natalie Courtney (31), nurse, Bangor

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Natalie Courtney (31), nurse, Bangor

Wore what? Dress, £30, Sainsbury’s; jacket, £40, A-Wear; bag, £100, Michael Kors; boots, £35, New Look.

Why? I don’t have a particular style — I just take a wee notion for something and that’s what I’ll wear that day.

Who? Cheryl Tweedy has a lovely style. Sometimes she can be very bling and other times she can be very reserved.

Monthly spend: £200

Cheryl Tweedy (Photo by Tristan Fewings/Getty Images)

Katie Sloan (19), student, Newtownabbey

Katie Sloan (19), student, Newtownabbey

Wore what? Jumper, £20, coat, £30, boots, £25, all New Look; jeans, £28, Miss Selfridge; belt, £3, Primark; bag, £30, River Island.

Why? My style is very girly with lots of colour.

Who? I love Georgia Toffolo’s style — it’s cute and modern. She’s not afraid to go bold and have fun with her look.

Monthly spend: £100 plus

Georgia Toffolo (Photo by Stuart C. Wilson/Getty Images)

Sinead McStravock (21), student, Coalisland

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Sinead McStravock (21), student, Coalisland

Wore what? Scarf, £10, New Look; jumper, £30, Topshop; leggings, £15, boots, £40, River Island.

Why? My style is normally very sporty. I wear a lot of gym stuff, but today I wanted to be cosy.

Who? Khloe Kardashian is a little bit different in her style, so she always looks great.

Monthly spend: £250

Khloe Kardashian (Photo by Dia Dipasupil/Getty Images)

Aoibheann Maye (21), student, Co Tyrone

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Aoibheann Maye (21), student, Co Tyrone

Wore what? Coat, £80, Zara; jumper, £16, bag, £25, Stradivarius; skirt, £20, Topshop; boots, £100, Dr Martens.

Why? My style is a mix of anything — if I like it, I wear it. I do like flowers and patterns.

Who? Alexa Chung usually looks good. She’s a real individual who makes trends instead of going with them.

Monthly spend: £50

Alexa Chung (Photo by Jamie McCarthy/Getty Images)

Anna Cabecinha (19), civil servant, Newtownards

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Anna Cabecinha (19), civil servant, Newtownards

Wore what? Coat, £30, Matalan; T-shirt, £15, bag, £30, TK Maxx; jeans, £40, hat, £10, River Island; boots, £130, Ugg.

Why? My style is casual, but I like to be co-ordinated with everything from the same colour palette.

Who? I really like Cara Delevingne — she’s an idol of mine because she has a really natural look.

Monthly spend: £100

Cara Delevingne (Photo by Tim P. Whitby/Getty Images)

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