Every month we share fashion tips and top picks with the north-east. But it suddenly dawned on us, while we love sharing advice from gurus and experts, we also want to know what the people of Aberdeen are wearing day-to-day. That’s right, we want to check out what YOU, yeah you, are rocking!
From where you love to shop, to who you consider to be your style icon, we want to know just a little about you lovely people.
Check out these three brave faces who feature in this week’s Your Style: Fashion On The Streets of Aberdeen.
Stephanie Gibson, 27, City centre
Stephanie was seen rocking an attention-grabbing yellow jacket, which she embellished with a few quirky pins. She also wore a pair of black jeans, grey T-shirt, black cardigan and fishnet socks. She added a stylish touch to her casual outfit with striking red ankle boots.
She said: “I just throw things together. I would describe my style as glam-casual.
“I don’t really follow trends – if I like it, I wear it.”
Occupation: Retail manager
Favourite shops: Topshop, River Island, Zara
Style icon: Emma Willis
Favourite colour: Orange
Best bar in Aberdeen: Siberia
Recommended restaurant: Yo Sushi
Last song she played: Ready or Not by The Fugees
Favourite musician: Lady Gaga
Stephen Walker, 47, West End
Stephen, who works in the oil and gas industry, can often be spotted wearing suits. He was sporting a stylish plum two-piece from Pure Man, which he paired with brown leather shoes and a trendy dark turtleneck. He is not a big fan of trainers.
He said: “My style is smart-casual.
“I would wear a three-piece suit for a special occasion.”
Occupation: Oil and gas industry worker
Favourite shops: Pure Man, Harvey Nichols
Favourite colour: Black
Best bar in Aberdeen: The Grill
Recommended restaurant: Moonfish
Last song he played: That’s Entertainment by The Jam
Favourite musician: Talking Heads
Rhona Edwards, 21, Kittybrewster
Rhona, who studies English and politics, was spotted wearing a purple T-shirt, short denim skirt with frayed hems, tartan backpack and a stylish jacket. She completed her look with black and white Nike trainers.
She said: “Literally everything I wear today is from charity shops.
“I like shopping in charity shops because you can find little hidden treasures and make your own clothing.
“I think my style is kind of like a farmer/hippie.”
Favourite shops: Zara, H&M, charity shops
Style icon: Alexa Chung
Favourite colour: White
Best bar in Aberdeen: The Bobbin
Recommended restaurant: Wagamama
Last song she played: Huggin & Kissin by Big Black Delta
Favourite musician: We Are Scientists