Will (Noah Schnapp), Mike (Finn Wolfhard), and Lucas (Caleb McLaughlin) in "Stranger Things"
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The Stranger Things kids have style on- and off-screen. The nostalgic '80s vibes of the series translates to some of the actors' red-carpet looks. 

During the season three world premiere in California, two style icons, David Harbour and Winona Ryder, were shown up by their younger costars. While everyone was looking hyper-fashionable, the six teenage leads are proving they have some formidable style tastes.  

There are still a few more days before the show's summer season drops on July 4, but the cast has been teasing what to expect for months. 

Millie Bobby Brown looked like a princess in her bubblegum pink dress and cape. 

The 15-year-old wore a floral-inspired Rodarte gown with a silk cape to the premiere. Brown has become a style icon in her own right and has shown up to various red carpets ready to shut 'em down. She posted multiple photos with her friends and cast mates plus the cutest dancing pic with her on-screen love interest Finn Wolfhard (Mike), causing all Mileven shippers to lose it. 

Sadie Sink, who plays newcomer Max in the second season, wore a custom Prada suit. 

"Thank you @prada for this custom dream look. Congrats to the cast and crew on another amazing season :)," the 17-year-old star wrote in her Instagram caption. 

She posed with her on-screen and real-life bestie Brown, matching in millennial-pink ensembles. Sink may have joined the cast later than the others, but she has easily become part of the group. In the upcoming third season, the friendship between Max (Sink) and Eleven (Brown) will bloom, giving the audience its first female friendship since Nancy (Natalia Dyer) and Barb's (Shannon Purser) in season one. 

Finn Wolfhard looked like an '80s rock star in a red leather jacket paired with his messy mop of hair.

Wolfhard is no longer the dopey young boy whom fans remember from season one. Now the actor has made the transition to music and is the frontman of a punk-influenced band called Calpurnia. He has embraced the cool-without-trying vibe and showed off his messy long locks at the premiere. The 16-year-old wore a red leather jacket with dark pants and a black-and-white striped button-down and posed with costars David Harbour and Millie Bobby Brown.  

The youngest in the Stranger Things kid crew, Noah Schnapp showed off his style chops in a more casual look. 

At 14, Schnapp is the youngest of the bunch, but that doesn't stop him from keeping up with his fashionable costars. The actor wore a leather Fendi jacket with rainbow embellishments and posed with his closest friend on set, Brown. The two are the youngest in the cast, and during season one's production, they became the best of friends. He also posed with the rest of the boys at the premiere. 

Caleb McLaughlin, 17, gave off a nostalgic vibe with his color-blocked jacket and striped pants.

The oldest of the bunch wore a monochromatic green ensemble that felt like a nod to his character's life in the '80s. McLaughlin is a self-love activist and sparked the social media trends "Embrace your face" and "Be your biggest fan." The teenager and his costars have helped give the hashtags traction by posting makeup-free selfies and pictures with visible acne to hopefully inspire others to feel more confident in their appearance. 

David Harbour and Winona Ryder looked simple and chic, but the kids definitely outdid them this time. 

David Harbor and Winona Ryder "Stranger Things" season three premiere
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The parents in the Stranger Things universe, David Harbour (Jim Hopper) and Winona Ryder (Joyce Byers) posed together at the red-carpet premiere. The two had simpler looks: Ryder wore a classic black dress and Harbour had on a blue three-piece suit. Both stars of the '80s and '90s, they had their day in the spotlight as style icons, but now they're passing the torch on to their young costars. 

The series' Instagram account posted an image of the six kids from this year's premiere and past looks, too. 

This throwback post proves how much the kids have grown up in the three years since the first season aired. Their style has evolved, as have their roles in the series and in the public eye. In upside-down font, the series' Instagram account captioned this post, "We're really not kids anymore." The line definitely describes the actors and their growth but could also be a clue in the upcoming season.