Stella and Bow to Launch Mean Girls Jewelry Line

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Congratulations, Gretchen Wieners fans. It looks like you can stop trying to make "fetch" a thing, because it totally has become one, thanks to L.A. jewelry company Stella and Bow.

Best part of all, your dad didn't have to invent Toaster Strudel for you to be able to afford it.

See also: Intern Recites Entire Mean Girls Movie in 30 Minutes FTW

Ranking it up there with such girly cult classics as Clueless, Stella and Bow co-founder Lauren Brokaw told Pret-a-Reporter she realized that "most all of our favorite movies have been capitalized upon, via clothing, home goods, fashion accessories, etc ... except for Mean Girls."

Thus, as the 2004 film's 10th anniversary approaches (don't you feel old?), Brokaw and her founding Stella and Bow partner Lindsey Lerman have decided to pay tribute to the motion picture's Plastics with their Burn Book Capsule Collection.

The line, which is set to debut mid-February, features gold, silver, and rose gold bangles with engraved sayings like"That's so fetch" and "You can't sit with us" ($110); a "Karen" hair clip that reads "full of secrets" ($55); gold alphabet charm necklaces that spell out "boo" and "duh" ($38), and gold and silver chains with "Fetch" pedants as well as matching "Best" and "Bitches" pendants ($53).

Sadly, it seems that "You smell like a baby prostitute," "Whatever, I'm getting cheese fries," and "Don't have sex. You will get pregnant and die" did not make the cut.

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