Millie Bobby Brown just wore space buns to film a clap-back to haters

Kate Pasola
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Photo credit: Mille Bobby Brown - Instagram
Photo credit: Mille Bobby Brown - Instagram

If you, like me, are feeling slightly anxious about coming out of lockdown due to the low-key feeling that you've forgotten how style your hair to put clothes together, Millie Bobby Brown has a new philosophy for you, and I'm here to share it.

First, context: MBB's spent the past year or so experimenting with different looks, especially when it comes to changing up her hair. She's taken out her extensions and tried cropped blonde hair, she dabbled in a 90s aesthetic, and even threw an Ariana Grande inspired high ponytail into the mix.

For her latest lewwwk, she debuted a gorj new spacebuns hairstyle, paired with a denim miniskirt and sporty long-sleeved tee. And the message behind the video she posted is, not going to lie, pretty inspiring.

Captioned "i wear short skirts and t-shirts", and using a remix of a sound by TikTok titan grandma_droniak, the video shows Millie striding up to the camera to the sound of the quote "This is my outfit and if you don't like it you can just leave, peace out!"


Millie has opened up lately about her fatigue with receiving constant 'feedback' from fans, followers and haters, making comments on her aesthetic choices and outfits.

She told MTV news:

"I'm only 17 but at the end of the day I'm learning to be a woman, I'm learning to be a young woman, and so being a young girl, people are watching you grow up, right? And they almost become invested in your growth and in your journey. But they aren't ready to accept the fact that you're growing up, right? So I'll wear a crop top and people are like [gasp] she's ten! And I'm like, no, I'm 17 .... Or like, I wear high heels or I wear an outfit to an award show, and they're like [gasp] she looks 50. No, It's because you've watched me since I was 10."

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She also opened up about leaving certain social media platforms because of negative attention, saying:

"When I was on a social media platform that was generating a lot of hate and shade, I just felt like I didn't want to be part of something that was enjoying that and kind of embracing that - so I had to leave because I felt it wasn't right of me to advocate for cyberbullying."

More power to Mils for promoting self-confidence in the face of hate. What a legend.

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