While we love sharing fashion advice from north-east gurus and experts, we also want to know what the people of Aberdeen are wearing day-to-day.
From where you love to shop, to who you consider to be your style icon, we went to the streets of the city to find out more about our readers.
Check out these three individuals who feature in this week’s Your Style: Fashion On The Streets of Aberdeen.
Mhorvan Angus, 30, Mastrick
Mhorvan was spotted wearing a pair of loose-fitting trousers, which she matched with an oversized jumper and a black jacket.
She said: “My style is quite casual. I would normally wear a midi skirt, plain top and a fur jacket on a night out.
“Grey is my favourite colour.”
Occupation: Domestic worker
Favourite shops: Zara and River Island
Favourite colour: Grey
Best bar in the north-east: The Spiritualist
Recommended restaurant: Miller & Carter
Last song played: A song by Lewis Capaldi
Favourite musicians: Lewis Capaldi
Sarah Cumming, 29, city centre
Sarah matched a smart overcoat with a black jumper and a pair of leather boots. She added a pop of colour to her outfit with a trendy scarf.
Sarah said: “I wear a lot of black, but I would say that blue is my favourite colour.
“I don’t have a style icon – I just wear what I like.
“I like to look classy.”
Occupation: Hospital worker
Favourite shops: Zara and H&M
Favourite colour: Blue
Best bar in the north-east: The Tippling House
Recommended restaurant: Topolabamba
Leonore Rochlitz, 22, Old Aberdeen
Vintage-lover Leonore was seen wearing a stylish black dress, a beige Johnstons of Elgin scarf and a bold black handbag.
She said: “I like wearing vintage clothes from the 40s and 50s.
“If you go to charity shops often you can find some really nice things.”
Occupation: Economics student
Favourite shops: Charity shops and Hobbs
Best bar in the north-east: The Grill
Recommended restaurant: Madame Mews
Last song played: Queen – Don’t Stop Me Now
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