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Bethan, 18, is a fashion student at Winchester.
Why did you pick this outfit today?
"The trousers' I purposely picked, I didn't really think about what they looked like I just put them on. It was cold out so I just put a polo and scarf on"
Where do you normally shop?
"My favourite shop is Zara, because its cheap but also really good quality"
Where would you say you get your style inspiration?
"I like to look at blogs like the little magpie and street vibe, I'm mainly based online"
Abbie, 18, is studying Drama and education.
What inspires your daily style?
"I read a lot of magazine's such as Cosmo or Glamour and take inspiration from them"
What shops do you normally shop in?
"I normally shop in New Look, Topshop or Urban Outfitters. Their affordable and fashionable"
Morgan, 24, is a film production student.
"I like to shop in vintage shops, I don't have a specific place to buy clothes, I just find a good piece and go from there"
"I used to follow trends, I tend to now look at what celebrities are wearing or chose my outfit around a specific item."
Updated portrait of model Ben Dahlhaus, finally getting the hang of hair. Could be a lot better in some places but I'm slowly improving!
Drawing in process of model Ben Dahlhaus, I've got a lot to learn when doing portraits but I'm getting there!
SHAKE IT LIKE A POLAROID PICTURE!
Step 2: Use Microsoft Word and and paste your photos. Now it depends how big or small you want your polaroids to be. I decided to use this template below. I found this gave me enough proportion of white card to photo, and looked like a polaroid!
Step 3: Using the template or your own sizings, print off your photos. Now, once printed, use a craft knife to carefully cut round the template, make sure you use a ruler and you might want to put an old book or some cardboard as the knife can cut your surface your working at. Place the ruler on the line of the template and cut carefully with the knife (please hold the paper carefully watching your fingers!).
Step 5: Now continue taking care and precision. You could also try other coloured glossy papers and even write using a marker underneath the photo, this is really personal touch.