*Heads up: This post shows outfits from Season 2 of Riverdale and as a result includes some spoilers if you haven’t seen it.*
I seriously love every single one of Cheryl Blossom‘s outfits–her wardrobe is killer. It seems like she has an endless collection of over the knee boots, faux leather, and spider brooches.
If you’re thinking about going as Cheryl for Halloween, cosplaying her at a convention, or just want to look wicked anytime, hopefully this post will give you some ideas! Also check out Character Style Part Part 1 for more Cheryl looks from season 1 as well as my Cheryl Cosplay Part 1 and Part 2 to see six different Cheryl looks I’ve done.
Look 1: Riverdale Drag Race (Season 2 Episode 6: Deathproof)
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I loved the pin-up looks in this episode, and of course Cheryl stole the show when she started the race wearing red high-waist shorts, a white bra top, vintage inspired tall black peep-toe platforms, and round sunglasses. (Betty did look pretty adorable in her red bandanna too though.)
Look 2: Archery Practice (Season 2, Episode 13:The Tell-Tale Heart)
Look 2: Carrie Rehearsal (Season 2, Episode 18: A Night to Remember)
Look 4: Becoming a Serpent (Season 2 Episode 22: Brave New World)
I may or may not have teared up watching this scene when Jughead gives Cheryl her red Serpents jacket (I can’t help it y’all, #Choni wrecks me). This look would be so hot with a regular red faux leather motorcycle jacket, but if you want a Serpents one, Hot Topic has one right now, and there are some other shops that make them too. Complete the look with faux leather high waist shorts, and sheer tights, and red over the knee boots.
If you don’t want to wear an exact outfit Cheryl does, you can still channel her look by wearing black and red (or red and white), including faux leather pieces, and adding accent brooches and/or chokers. Cheryl also wears a lot of crop tops, high waist shorts/skirts, sweaters, dresses, heeled boots, sheer tights, and of course, bold red lipstick. Her looks sometimes also incorporate plaid, lace patterns, rose embroidery, or cherry accents.
What are some of your favorite Riverdale characters? How did y’all feel about Season 2? When it first came out, I thought it wasn’t as good as Season 1, but it started to grow on me, and then #Choni happened…and now I love Season 2 just as much as Season 1, especially after re-watching it again all at once on Netflix.
If you like this and want me to do more Riverdale themed posts–please let me know in the comments!