Two girls are about to experience every teenager’s dream – free clothes every month.
One will model them while the other takes pictures for an online fashion company to publish.
They are Morgan Stacey, 15, and Holly Rutter, 16, who both attend Invicta Grammar School for Girls.
Morgan, of Union Street, Maidstone, has just been chosen as the face for mail order retailer Life32 and for the rest of the year she will be showing off their T-shirts, hoodies and crewnecks.
She came to the company’s attention after pal Holly, from Loose, sent in some of the photos she had taken.
Life 32 responded with a contract for Morgan to model their merchandise.
Now every month the postman will knock at her door with a parcel of new clothes for her to try on and then be snapped by Holly. The photos will then be used by the company in its promotions.
"We get to keep them each time. It’s brilliant as I’ve been spending all my pocket money on clothes and now I can use it for other things," Morgan told the Kent Messenger.
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