That is so fetch! Mean Girls-inspired jewellery releasedFashion & Lifestyle
Every so often a film comes along that instantly become a cult classic and Mean Girls was most certainly one of those. The 2004 teen comedy set the bar for all the teen comedies that followed; full of sarcasm, great clothes and an abundance of relatable characters, the noughties answer to Clueless was a certified hit.
Now in 2014, to celebrate the movie’s tenth birthday, jewellery company Stella and Bow will be unleashing an amazing collection of Mean Girls-inspired pieces to make your own.
Stella and Bow is a cool and quirky accessories company based in L.A and run by natives of Los Angeles Lauren Brokaw and Lindsey Lerman. Since starting out in 2011 the two ladies have gained worldwide recognition and have been featured in numerous magazines including Nylon, InStyle, Glamour and Teen Vogue. They have also gained celebrity fans and famous followers in the form of actress Amber Heard and TV reality star turned fashion designer Whitney Port.
Lauren and Lindsey already have some seriously stunning jewellery to offer, that ranges from simple yet stylish gold and silver rings to beautifully intricate statement necklaces.
But come February when the Mean Girls-based designs go on sale we are sure the ladies’ sales will sky-rocket with every fan of Cady and her crew grabbing themselves a piece of the action.
The collection is made up of bracelets, necklaces, rings, earrings and there is even a hair clip that reads “Full of Secrets”. Each piece is named after a character from the film including a rose gold “Janis” bangle that simply reads “Wednesday” and a “Regina” cuff available in either silver or gold that reads “You Can’t Sit With Us”.
What is fabulous about the collection is that you just know every member of The Plastics would have owned at least one piece of the range had it been available to them.
Prices start at £14 for a cute silver-plated ring and go up to £67 for the 14ct gold bracelet.
Head over to the website to pre-order and don’t forget to mark the anniversary on 30th April: wear pink – it’s a Wednesday.