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Betty Cooper's Outfits in Riverdale Season 3

Lately, Betty's outfits have been catching my eye every time I watch Riverdale. I mean, everyone's outfits have been super cute but Betty's wardrobe has been speaking to me this season and I just needed to compile them for reference. If you ever needed outfits for school, I think her style is perfect. Plus, Lili Reinhart is so pretty and the perfect Betty Cooper.

S3E1
The season starts off during summer break so it may not be suitable for the current fall/winter weather but you can still make some of them work.
Betty wears a turquoise floral button down dress that looks very Urban Outfitters/Kimchi Blue because I have a similar romper in a different print and I've seen similar colors and prints on their website. I love the dress but they are usually too long for me.
 This one is a very simple look with a pair of overalls and plain white tee under. Easily achievable.
This is a dreamy lilac midi dress and it looks amazing on Betty. This color really suits her skin tone and it is perfect for summer.
The final outfit of the episode is this denim dress with a shirt underneath. I haven't quite tried the trend of wearing a shirt under a dress but she is definitely rocking the look.

S3E2
If I were still studying, I would totally get a shirt like that to wear because the stripes are so cute and varsity-esque. She paired it with flared denim jeans which is a major throwback to 90s fashion. Unfortunately, I have sworn off flare pants because I don't fancy them that much.
She has a similar shirt in the same episode but it's more colorblocked style. Still super cute and suitable for school.
This one is such a cute retro look. I would have loved a scene of this outfit in Pop's.
I couldn't find a clear look for this outfit so I took the picture from a promo still. I am so obsessed with that blush leather jacket. I recently found a similar jacket from Forever 21 but it's mustard and in a satin material.

S3E3
Another outfit with overalls! We only get brief glimpses of her full outfit but she is wearing skinny overalls with the hems cuffed. I particularly like the stripe shirt.
The final outfit is a slip dress over a white shirt. Super simple and pretty.

S3E4
There is only one Betty outfit in this episode because it is mainly about the parents' story. She wears a yellow ringer shirt and black stripe pants. You can probably find this outfit if you shop around now. I found a yellow ringer shirt at H&M and black stripe skinny jeans at Bershka.

S3E5
Love the rainbow tee and overalls combo in this look. It's so 90s and I'm all about it.
This one isn't really my style but the overalls are cute. I would prefer something less puffy though.
This is my favorite outfit so far. I have been searching for a pink bomber like that ever since I watched this episode. The stripe shirt is so cute too and I realized I didn't have anything like that.

Going to be updating this post with more outfits as soon as more episodes come out!

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