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Fashion Spy - Blake Lively always looks stunning... Lady Gaga is just too out there

Kerry McKittrick checks out the style on show in Belfast

Sarah Boomer (27) Account manager, Belfast

Wore what? T-shirt, £14, jeans, £40, both Zara; pumps, £30, Next; bag, £900, Gucci.

Why? I mix and match clothes but I wear a lot of Zara. I shop on the high street but like to splash out on bags and shoes.

Who? Blake Lively has a relaxed style and always looks stunning. I think Lady Gaga is just too out there.


Hannah Murray (18) Student, Lisburn

Wore what? Dress, £30, Dorothy Perkins; bag, £10, Next; shoes, £20, House of Fraser. Why? I like bright colours and follow trends to an extent. Shoes are my favourite things. I don't like revealing clothes such as crop tops.

Who? Emeli Sande looks great. She has a laid back style with an edge. Nicki Minaj is just too much.


Laura Evans (18) Student, Jordanstown

Wore what? Jacket, £30, Brushka; sandals, £20, vest, £4 and jeans, £28, all New Look. Why? My style is classic but with bright colours. I like teaming blazers with jeans, but I hate hotpants, especially when they don't fit!

Who? Cheryl Cole always looks gorgeous and well presented. I've never been keen on

Madonna, she doesn't dress for her age.


Kerry Porter (19) Student, Markethill

Wore what? Jacket, £50, shorts, £30, bag, present, sandals, £30 all Topshop; top, £10, River Island.

Why? I'm not a girly girl and have a bit of a Bohemian style. I've never liked knee-high boots, they're not to my taste.

Who? Sienna Miller has a great boho look but Amy Childs wears too much make-up.


Julieann McAllister (35) - Radiographer's assistant, Ballymena

Wore what? Dress, £25, Peacocks; boots, £60, TK Maxx; bag, £100, Ted Baker.

Why? I like wearing black at the moment to show off my tan. My style tends to be vintage but smart. I don't like tracksuits at all, they shouldn't be worn out and about.

Who? Victoria Beckham looks brilliant morning, noon and night but I've never liked Jessie J's style.

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