Did you read
Archie comic books growing up? If you’ve ever waited in line at a grocery store, the answer is yes.
Betty and Veronica and all their pals were fashion icons and I am here to remind you of everything
terrible wonderful about their looks.
Even a word scramble is an opportunity to be stylish as hell. Look at that bouncy ponytail and crop top on Betty, the eternal girl-next-door. Veronica is in peak bitch mode, with a cartoon dress that still looks too expensive for me to own.
I don’t know why they need to be this coordinated in their individual outfits (seriously with the bow, Betty?), but if I’ve learned anything, it’s that bangles work with all outfits.
When delivering a punchline like Betty, make sure to make use of varying prints for the summer.
Varying prints (stars AND stripes) can be taken to an extreme when roller blading, because it’s the 90s. Even though it’s just a drawing, Betty’s hair is the absolute worst. You know which one.
Everyone in this pretty much sums up their characterization. Reggie- narcissist; Archie-generic, Betty- nice girl with terrible taste; Veronica- loud and rich; Jughead- actually perfect. I would wear both Jughead’s crown and his sweater (which wisely crowns a burger, because he knows what’s up).
I can’t even criticize anything here, because everything that Veronica does is glamour, even that culotte and blazer combo in the corner.
I realize I have no idea when this book was created and this collage doesn’t clear anything up for me.