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Derek Kettela

On The CW's Riverdale, as wholesome girl-next-door Betty Cooper, Lili Reinhart typically sports a slicked-back pony and a variety of modest sweaters. But off-screen, Reinhart is a red-carpet rock star.

She's the end-of-summer fashion inspiration we all need right now.

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Light And Breezy

This fresh-faced star has a talent for making the simplest things look phenomenal. And what could be simpler, or more perfect, for a summery September than a sundress paired with dainty sandals?

Corporate Chic

Tired of the WFH routine? Jazz up your workwear wardrobe with a burst of color and a chic pair of boss-lady pumps. (And don't forget about your walls: A cool, well-placed piece of art will really make your Zoom background pop.)

Neon State Of Mind

Don't give in to pumpkin spice lattés yet—keep the sizzle going by incorporating neon. Fall may roll in on paper September 22, but if we're still spending our days catching rays on rooftops there's no reason we can't channel Reinhart's day-glo style.

The Floral Look

A go-to for the Riverdale star—who normally dons solids in the show—is floral everything. She wore this voluminous Marc Jacobs gown to the Vanity Fair Oscar party in February, but the bloom-heavy design could light up an Emmys do, too.

In The Details

Not a fan of bold colors, but looking to elevate the darker tones you love? Do what Lili does! The accent trim on this wrap dress provides just the right amount of coral without overdoing it.

Glam Girl

This unforgettable Met Gala 2018 look was custom-made for the actress by H&M. The angelic style—the night's theme was "Heavenly Bodies: Fashion and the Catholic Imagination"—makes us want to rock shimmery silver all summer long.

Bringing Back The '50s

Like any true fashionista, Reinhart doesn't stick to a single decade of fashion. We can just picture her frolicking through a field of flowers in this 1950s-inspired ensemble.

All Hail The Floral Queen!

Speaking of a field of flowers...If you're ever in doubt, follow Lili's lead: florals galore. They're the key to keeping her looks light, bright, and playful.

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