In case you didn’t know, 2004 teenage classic Mean Girls is now on Broadway. This seminal piece has held up for over a decade and has made a smooth transition from the silver screen to center stage. Fans are crazy about the show because it keeps true to all the best parts of the movie, BUT WITH MUSIC. Let us repeat that: Mean Girls…but set to music!!! Tina Fey basically knows exactly what we want before we even know that we want it. As fashion lovers, we obviously have a lot of thoughts about what everyone was wearing in the film. On Wednesdays we look back at Mean Girls fashion…

 

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Before Cady Heron became a Plastic, she was a homeschooled nice girl who grew up in Africa, which definitely contributed to her pre-Plastic wardrobe. She was just doing her, bracelets and all.

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Once Cady got inducted into the Plastics, her style changed and she knew that on Wednesdays, we wear pink.

 

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The Plastics were a little bit ~extreme~ with everything that they wore, especially their Halloween costumes. But in 2004, nobody could tell Regina George how to dress.

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In 2004, Brittany Spears was still a pop princess and there was no problem with pairing a shrug with a sequined belt. The Plastics were big on the mini skirt and mini purse trend, which honestly just makes us nostalgic for the early 2000s.

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Even Amy Poehler got in on the trend, rocking mini skirts like a #CoolMom.

 

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While the Plastics and Regina George’s (cool!) mom were all for the minis, Janis Ian had a different take on navigating ’04 fashion. Like the true icon that she is, Ms. Ian brought us alt, goth, and EYELINER. In a sea of queen bees and wannabes, she was the edgy darkness that we needed. You go, Janis!

 

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Say what you will about the Plastics and their fashion choices (or just write it in your Burn B0ok), but we love taking a look back at Mean Girls fashion. It’s just *so* fetch! Let us know about your fave Mean Girls fashion lüks @fashionlovermag!