Spotted at the Vintage Fair in Bournemouth

By Sarah Hugill

Apart from rummaging around the vintage store, spending money that I don’t have, I was on the look out for style savvy students, who caught my eye with their originality.

Jenny Masters, a student at Bournemouth University wears a jacket from Urban Outfitters, a playsuit from New Look and a bag from Primark. Jenny has used high-street stores, mixing prints and colours for an inspiring fresh vintage look.

Vintage chic

Vintage chic

Not just your average denim shirt, stand out with a tartan print

Not just your average denim shirt, stand out with a tartan print

Practical yet trendy rucksack

Practical yet trendy rucksack

Helen Clark and Ethan Jones admit to raiding the charity shops for their quirky vintage image, that is sure to have many fellow fashionistas jealous. Ethan says he got his jacket from his friends Grandma, just shows you never know what hidden treasures Grandparents may have stored. Helen Clark says her headband is from Molly’s Den.

With such personalised and creative looks you would not think Helen is just 15 and that Ethan is just 16

With such personalised and creative looks you would not think Helen is just 15 and that Ethan is just 14

Butterfly headscarf

Butterfly headscarf

Heavy vintage jacket

Heavy vintage jacket

These students show that you don’t have to break your bank account to create a sophisticated vintage look, that is sure to turn heads.

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