Your new fashion inspiration? Budding Instagram influencer, 12, spends her free time picking out the best looks on the high street for VERY stylish changing room selfies
- Jemima Campbell, 12, from London, is already a budding Instagram influencer
- She shares photos of the latest high street hits, taken in stores’ changing rooms
- Already has famous followers including Lydia Bright and designer Patrick Cox
This wannabe influencer might just be your next fashion inspiration – and she is only 12 years old.
Jemima Campbell, of London, spends her free time picking out the best looks from high street stores and models them in changing rooms for Instagram selfies.
The clever idea means she can experiment with fashion without splashing out hundreds on new clothes.
The schoolgirl shares the snaps on her account Changing Room Teen, which already counts TOWIE’s Lydia Bright and shoe designer Patrick Cox among its famous fans.
Jemima, 12, from London, takes the selfies on her iPhone of her favourite outfits in shops such as Topshop and Urban Outfitters and later uploads them to Instagram
Jemima, 12, in a Topshop denim boiler suit, which has a with a button up eye print shirt underneath. She explained she simply wants to share her love of fashion
Jemima shares a picture of her in an Urban Outfitters sky blue tie-dye roll neck and denim dress (left) and Topshop denim boiler suit (right) in two stylish Instagram shots
However the 12-year-old insists she is not looking for fame and that she simply loves fashion.
And while most fashion influencers are gifted clothes from brands and designers, Jemima simply tries on the designs in store changing rooms, rather than buy them herself.
She already has a keen eye for the latest trends and picks out all her own looks.
The fashionista also posted a picture of herself recently in a Urban Outfitters red skater jacket (left) and a Cherry T-shirt and Red Mini dress (right), which she reviewed on her account
The Instagram account details her love of the high street – Jemima (pictured) loves this rhinestone denim jacket
She told Femail: ‘I started this page, not for the likes or the fame but to inspire young people like me in fashion and to update them on the latest trends.’
She said the idea for the page came when taking a picture of herself wearing a pair of trendy 80’s neon pink trousers and sweatshirt crop top in Urban Outfitters.
‘I’m not required to wear a uniform at school and this has helped me to find my identity and own individual style,’ she said.
Her Instagram shots, which are very stylish, show two pictures of her posing for selfies in the changing room mirrors, pictured. It means she does not need to buy the garments
Jemima in her army style ripped t-shirt, which says ‘No more fake friends’ from Topshop and her knotted 90’s alice hairband
On her Instagram account she shares the pictures along with a description of her outfits.
Posting a picture of herself recently in a Urban Outfitters red skater jacket she said: ‘I don’t follow one style, I prefer to mix things up. Skater fashion is one of my favourite genres because it’s timeless, cool, edgy and comfortable.
‘Here I am wearing wide legged skate jeans with contrast stitching and a retro inspired zip front, fleece lined, hooded jacket. A perfect outfit for apres snowboarding this winter.’
The 12-year-old, who wants to work in charity, said of her inspiration: ‘Two people I’m particularly inspired by are fashion designer Harris Reed and singer songwriter Billie Elish because they don’t follow trends but start them instead.’
She posted a selfie of her in this New Look hooded jacket and zebra print maxi skirt in January. The 12-year-old said she hopes to work in the charity sector one day
Jemima took advantage of the Topshop changing rooms in Oxford Street to take selfies of herself in this pink corduroy jumpsuit, pictured, before sharing the snaps on Instagram