Mean Girls Jewellery: It’s happening

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Anna Pollitt

Mean Girls celebrates 10 years of awesomeness this year, so Stella & Bow has created a beautifully stylish range of accessories inspired by the cult teen flick - and no, they're not all plastic.

Nothings tells a friend you care like a 'Best Bitches' necklace, $53.25 (£32.50)

Iconic lines from the film are immortalised in a chic, subtle range that comes plated in gold, rose gold and sterling silver.

Stella & Bow making 'Fetch' happen - in accessory form at least. Alphabet 'Cady' necklace, $37.95 (£23) and heart 'Glen' necklace, below, $53.25 (£32.50)

Available from mid-February, it has everything from a 'Best Bitches' split heart necklace to pretty bracelets engraved with the stinging line: "You can't sit with us".

Stella & Bow is a Los Angeles-based company, but British fans who fancy channelling their inner Regina George can pre-order the collection to be shipped to the UK from the 31st January.

'You can't sit with us' and ‘Wednesday’ - "because on Wednesdays we wear pink!" $110 (£67)

Not that this range requires any explanation, but Stella & Bow co-founder Lauren Brakow told Hollywood Reporter: "Most all of our favourite movies have been capitalised upon, via clothing, home goods, fashion accessories, etc … except for Mean Girls."

"That's why her hair is so big, it's full of secrets" - One of the funniest lines in the film, honoured with a 14kt gold plated hair clip $55 (£33.50)

"For its 10th anniversary," she continued. "We wanted to pay homage to our favourite movie, which has provided countless hours of entertainment and fun."

A wholesome-looking Lindsay Lohan and the Mean Girls in a scene from the 2004 film

Mean Girls is 10 this year! Tell us your favourite lines from the film below, or on Twitter.

Images: Stella & Bow, Rex Features


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Anna is a freelance writer and editor who’s been making her dime from online since 2007. She’s a regular at, ITV News and Emerald Street and moonlights as a copywriter and digital content consultant. The baby is borrowed.

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