People packed out Liverpool city centre today as outdoor hospitality and non-essential retail reopened for the first time in months.
For many, this meant being able to meet friends for drinks and a chat, to spend their well-earned cash or even stop for a bite to eat.
Concert Square, Bold Street, Castle Street, Mathew Street and Liverpool ONE were bustling with customers while there were the usual queues outside some stores including Primark and Zara.
But it was also a day for people to show off their new threads that have been gathering dust in the back of their wardrobe for the last few months.
There were some of the latest trends on show from leopard print coats to patterned bodysuits.
We took a stroll around the sunny city centre to find some people with serious street style.
Here are some of the best-dressed people we spotted.
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Bea Fernandes, 24, Bootle
Dress from Ganni, shoes from Urban Outfitters, bag is from Colette Hayman.
She said: "I'm a fashion designer so fashion is everything to me."
Bee Granario, 30, Bootle
Shirt is from Majestic, hat from Arket, trousers from Zara, trainers are Nike.
He said: "I love fashion and styling."
Cem Yirik, 21
Coat is from Topshop.
He said: "Fashion changes my mood and makes me feel more confident when I'm wearing clothes that I like. It boosts my confidence."
Mollie Guilfoyle, 16
Pants and bodysuit from New Look, jacket from Miss Pap, bag from Primark, shoes from New Look a few years ago.
She said: "I think fashion brings you out of yourself."
Oliver Boycott, 21
Top from Depop, trousers from a charity shop, shoes from Nike
He said: "Fashion is everything to me. It's all I spend my money on."
Renee Ojikutu, 20
Top from ASOS and jeans from ASOS, bag from charity shop and shoes from Nike. Bandana from eBay.
Renee said: Fashion is a nice way to express yourself. It's been great to see alternative fashion come to the street more."
Lucy Hickman, 18, Ellesmere Port
Jacket from Motel Rocks, top and boots from ASOS, jeans ASOS, sunglasses from Primark.
She said: "Fashion is all about expressing yourself."
Hollie Jones, 18, Ellesmere Port
Jumpsuit from All Saints, boots are Dr Martens, sunnies from Missguided.
Hollie said: "Fashion is about having fun."
Corben Terblanche, 23, Liverpool, originally from South Africa
Outfit from ASOS, shoes from Converse.
Corben said: "I try to choose the sustainable pieces ASOS does. Fashion is expression without gender borders."
Darryn Nyatanga, 25, Milton Keynes, student in Liverpool
Wearing Boohoo trousers, Zara top, Nike shoes.
Darryn said: "Fashion for me illustrates people's characters, from how someone dresses you can perceive what they might be like as a person."
Fiona Clayton, 23, Formby
Top from H&M, trousers are from Zara, boots are Pretty Little Thing. Hat from Zara.
Fiona said: "I like to accessorise. You can't beat a good pair of jeans."
Casey Sullivan, 22, Hightown
Top and jeans from Zara, shoes Valentino, bag is Ted Baker.
Casey said: "I think fashion shows off your personality."