A student who finds the 21st century boring has begun to live in the past by wearing vintage clothes and even dressing like a suffragette.
Jude Kershaw, 17, from Pickering, North Yorkshire, who has become dazed from dressing up like her predecessors, revealed that her interest was aroused after attending a & # 39; war weekend & # 39; in her birthplace.
History aficionados gradually acquired a collection of vintage outfits from the 20th century to wear every day.
She spent hours reading extra for her history lesson during her school years, because of her love of the subject and ensuring that her outfits and lifestyle were accurate for the period in which she & # 39; lived & # 39 ;.
Jude Kershaw (photo), 17, from Pickering, North Yorkshire, has put together a vintage outfit wardrobe that she wears daily, including this suffragette costume
The student (depicted as a newspaper boy when she was younger) fell in love with dressing up like her predecessors after visiting a & # 39; war weekend & # 39; in her place of residence
Jude (photo) who works in a vintage clothing store, says her interest was aroused by her grandparents who would tell her interesting stories about the past
Jude, who has now put together a wardrobe of periodical outfits, lives in a bedroom that is & # 39; like a museum & # 39; is and even works in a vintage store – making her one of the youngest people in Britain who & # 39; lives in the past & # 39 ;.
Jude said: & # 39; I've always been interested in history since childhood and it was my favorite subject at school, so I've always had pretty good knowledge about the periods that I like.
& # 39; My grandparents always had very interesting stories to tell, so that helped my intrigues with the 1900s.
& # 39; When I got a little older, I went to the trunk sales, vintage stores and antique fairs and noticed that I didn't have high street shops.
& # 39; I always found the 21st century boring and normal for me. Living in the past makes it a lot more fun to be ready every day, and makes every trip more special.
& # 39; It's great to go through my wardrobe every day and choose something to wear, knowing that no one else will wear the same clothes as you.
Jude (pictured in a vintage car when she was younger) noticed that she loved High Street stores in favor of selling booties and vintage stores
The history lover (dressed as an Allied soldier during the Second World War) argues that the 21st century is too boring and normal for her
Jude says she watches many documentaries and reads about the past to ensure that her outfits are accurate representations of the period
& # 39; But it is very hard work – I watch many documentaries and read many books about the periods in which I dress to make sure that I am as correct as possible.
& # 39; Fortunately, I also use my knowledge well and I teach primary schools about the Second World War and the periods around it. & # 39;
As a student, Jude studies photography with a focus on periodic images and even uses cameras from the 20th century. She also has a part-time job at her local vintage store.
She continued: & # 39; I knew that I wanted to spend my weekends somewhere that I really liked, so I started working in my local vintage store.
& # 39; I would always keep shopping there and because I had a lot of knowledge of the clothing periods, I thought this was the best way to express my knowledge and my passion while working.
The student (photo) says that her part-time job at her local vintage store allows her to be herself
Jude, pictured in her suffragette outfit, believes she helps keep the memory of the women alive
Jude (taking photos of a selfie) revealed that her inspiration comes from many people, including Mrs. Pankhurst and family friends
& # 39; I help many people find their own periodic outfits and explain how you can switch between eras – the elderly love me!
& # 39; By being at work, I can be myself – I can style my hair and do my makeup the old-fashioned way, but I can also wear my own clothes and no uniform. & # 39;
The retail worked with outfits with which she could embrace the suffragette movement in her twentieth century wardrobe.
She said: & # 39; I get inspiration from many people, from Mrs. Pankhurst to family friends.
& # 39; When I dress as a suffragette, I remind the people in the street that these women existed.
& # 39; Those women went through hell, we could never really understand what they were doing – but dressing up if you bring them back to the present.
The 17-year-old (taking photos of a selfie with a vintage camera) hopes to honor the suffragettes in the most respectful and informative way
Jude says her bedroom is practically a & # 39; museum & # 39; thanks to its collection of historical artifacts
Jude (pictured with one of her vintage paintings) revealed that she is open to dating in the present time, despite her love for the 1900s
& # 39; I only want to honor these women in the most respectful and informative way possible. & # 39;
Revealing that her old life does not limit her love life, Jude explained that she would still date in the present time and even consider a Coldplay fan.
She said: & # 39; Being transgender in the dating world is hard enough – but being a teenager who lives in ancient times is even harder!
& # 39; Just because I love history and live in the 1900s does not mean that I am only attracted to George Harrison.
& # 39; Only finding someone who loves me and supports me is all I want – if he dances with me on my gramophone and brings me to the coast, even better!
& # 39; But as a teenager in 2019, a boy who would pay for my Netflix and Coldplay would do just as well! & # 39;
Jude (photo) hopes to meet someone who loves and supports, as well as dancing to her gramophone and enjoying the coast
The 17-year-old (photo) claims the elderly love her and says she helps many people find their own period outfits
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