Fashion spy: Gigi Hadid’s style is effortlessly cool
|Sarah Johnston (23), illustrator, Fermanagh|
Wore what? Top, £15, boots, £80, jeans, £38, Topshop; coat, £25, New Look; choker, £5, Stradivarius; bag, £60, Carvela.
Why? My style is modern and minimalistic. I like nice cuts and bold, block colours.
Who? Gigi Hadid’s style is effortlessly cool and is easily duplicated by high-street fashion.
Jo-Ann Nugent (22), student, Ballygawley
Wore what? Dress, £40, Next, coat, £30, New Look; boots, gift.
Why? I would say my style is quite formal and dressy. I keep my looks feminine, with very simple patterns.
Who? I admire Khloe Kardashian for the effort she puts into her style. She always looks feminine and put together.
Kate McLoughlin (37), boutique owner, Donegal
Wore what? Shirt, £35, boots, £28, both Topshop;
Why? I like fashion to be simple and comfortable. My looks are all about quality and I love tailored pieces.
Who? I adore Victoria Beckham’s look as it’s timeless and classy. She keeps her style minimalistic.
Rachel Coll (24), shop assistant, Newtownards
Wore what? Jumper, £20, M&S; jacket, £70, TCM; jeans, £30, H&M; boots, £30, TK Maxx; bag, £20, Urban Outfitters.
Why? I love the vintage Nineties look. I like to be comfy and don’t ever follow trends; I like to be different and ‘out there’.
Who? I love Samantha Maria’s style and watch her fashion and beauty videos on YouTube. She does her own thing with style, but it still very fashionable. She’s quite quirky.
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Sophie Rathfield (22), assistant manager, Castlerock
Wore what? Top, £12.99, jeans, £25, hat, £3, all H&M; jacket, £39.99, Zara; boots, £10, Primark; backpack, £30, Paperchase.
Why? I’m really into fashion, especially the French influence on style. I put a lot of effort into my looks and follow trends to keep up to date.
Who? I absolutely love Vivienne Westwood, especially her Eighties style. I loved the baggy look and the big button collection — she has a great approach to fashion.
Janet Grew (45), paediatrician, Templepatrick
Wore what? Dress, £20, Warehouse; cape, £80, bag, £100, both Biba; scarf, gift; boots, £50, Bonita Shoes & Bags (Ballyclare)
Why? I would say my style is very sophisticated and feminine. I prefer much brighter colours for a more energetic look.
Who? I love the style of Audrey Hepburn — it was classic, but, she added her own quirk to it.
Marissa Marsh (24), beauty therapist, Bangor
Wore what? Top, £1, Vintage Market in London; jeans, £20, Urban Outfitters; jacket, £300, All Saints; scarf, gift; boots, £90, Topshop; bag, £900, Mulberry.
Why? My style is casual and comfy and very much inspired by vintage looks and trends.
Who? I follow the French blogger Jeanne Damas on Instagram and I love how natural and relaxed her style is.
Claire O’Doherty (21), HR representative, Londonderry
Wore what? Blouse, £15, coat, £60, both Topshop; skirt, £30, River Island; boots, £12, Primark; bag, £250, Michael Kors.
Why? My style fits the ‘girly girl’ look — I always wear pretty skirts and cute prints.
Who? I really like Laura Whitmore’s more alternative looks which are still feminine.
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Posté: 13:48, 20/3/2017
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