It's hard to believe that nearly a decade has passed since Lindsay Lohan first achieved "It" girl status with the release of Mean Girls, which hit theaters on April 30, 2004.
Now, to commemorate the iconic film's 10th birthday, L.A.-based jewelry brand Stella and Bow has launched its "Burn Book" collection of costume baubles inspired by the film.
The collection's gold and silver bangles and pendants feature the movie's most memorable quotes on the outside, like Amanda Seyfried's "You can't sit with us!" exclamation ($110) and Lacey Chabert's hilarious attempt at slang, "That's so fetch" (though none of the items are engraved with "baby prostitute" or "your mom's chest hair," which is probably a good thing).
Our favorites? The "Karen" hair clip that proclaims your do is "full of secrets" ($55) and the "Damian" pink diamond bangle pictured above ($63), as well as the "Janis" bracelet that reads "Wednesday" in rose gold ($63) – the closest that metal will ever get to the Regina George-approved hump-day hue.
"Most all of our favorite movies have been capitalized upon, via clothing, home goods, fashion accessories, etc … except for Mean Girls," Lauren Brokaw, who founded Stella and Bow in 2011 with Lindsey Lerman, tells Pret-a-Reporter. She says she notches the film on her list alongside Clueless and recently watched it again with her teenage niece. "For its 10th anniversary, we wanted to pay homage to our favorite movie, which has provided countless hours of entertainment and fun."
Other designs from the capsule collection are much more reminiscent of the schoolgirl aesthetic: the "Aaron" ring with a rope-like band and a bow ($23), and the "Cady" pieces that spell out words like "boo" and "duh" with alphabet beads on a gold chain ($38).
But personally, we're pretty excited to layer our lightweight chains with the "Glen Coco" pendant, which features "Fetch" on one side and Stella and Bow's logo on the other ($53). And the "best friend" label means nothing in Tina Fey's universe – but "best bitches" are forever.
Stella and Bow's Burn Book Capsule Collection launches on its website in mid-February.