Millie Bobby Brown Teaches Us How To Pull Off Clear-Knee Mom Jeans

Millie Bobby Brown knows how to make a statement. 

Recently, the ?Stranger Things? star stepped out in Topshop?s ?mom jeans? with clear plastic kneecaps ?  a tricky trend to pull off. She paired the funky jeans with navy and tan sandals, a long-sleeved shirt and sunglasses. 

Brown posted a photo of herself in the jeans and posed with her friend, dancer Maddie Ziegler. 

The Topshop jeans ? which are really called ?Clear Panel Mom Jeans? ? caused quite a stir on the internet just a few months ago.

The $95 denim look seems almost tame now, though, considering the ridiculousness of Nordstrom?s $425 jeans covered in fake mud

And Vetements? cheeky jeans that show off your butt for a cool $1700-$1985 price tag:  

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On second thought, we might give those Topshop jeans a chance. 

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17 Impressive Photos Of Laurie Hernandez Doing Her Thing

Laurie Hernandez just turned 17, and we?re flipping out! 

It seems like it was only yesterday that the New Jersey native, then 16, joined the U.S. women?s gymnastics Olympic team, making her the youngest member of the ?Final Five? and the first U.S.-born Latina to make the team in more than three decades. 

Hernandez has since gone on to win a silver and gold Olympic medal, dance her way to victory on ?Dancing with the Stars,? release a memoir and, of course, conquer our hearts. 

So as Hernandez, whose birthday is June 9, prepares to embark on another trip around the sun, we?re celebrating with 17 impressive photos of the talented athlete in action.

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