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.
Camilla Waugh, 29, Kincorth
Camilla was seen wearing a pair of checkered trousers, a black turtleneck and a brown coat.
She said: “I don’t have a style icon. I just buy stuff I like.
“I would wear a pair of shiny leather-look trousers, a body suit, heeled boots and some fur on a night out.”
Occupation: Nutrition student and council worker
Favourite shops: M&S, and Zara
Favourite colour: Khaki
Best bar in Aberdeen: Bar 99
Recommended restaurant: Yatai Izakaya
Last song she played: The Weeknd – The Hills
Favourite band/ musician: “I listen to anything I can dance to.”
Ewan Watson, 17, Pitmedden
Ewan, who likes to buy clothes from charity shops, was seen rocking a beige jacket, a pair of black skinny jeans and black Vans trainers.
The music student said: “I think my fashion style is cheap and cheerful.
“I like to buy big jumpers, or anything that really stands out in charity shops.”
Occupation: Music student
Favourite shops: Charity shops
Style icon: Kurt Cobain
Favourite colour: Pink
Recommended restaurant: KFC
Last song he played: Marmozets – Captivate You
Favourite musician: Nirvana
Gosia Kopec, 50, Balnagask
Gosia was spotted wearing a stylish casual outfit. She wore a long green coat, which she matched with a white sweatshirt, a pair of blue jeans and funky colourful trainers.
She said: “My favourite colour is white.
“I would say my fashion style is funny and crazy.”
Occupation: Archaeologist and care assistant
Favourite shops: Charity shops and M&S
Favourite colour: White
Recommended cafe: Krepes ‘n’ Kones
Last song she played: Elton John – Circle of Life
Favourite musician: Elton John
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