Petsch even used her Riverdale character Cheryl Blossom's style as a little bit of inspiration when working on the designs. "Cheryl would for sure reach for my bright cherry red outfit called ‘Statement,’" she says.

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While she's been social distancing at home during the pandemic, Petsch puts a "huge focus" on her mental health and spends time doing online P.volve classes and outdoor runs.

She's also been staying sane during quarantine by "slowing down" and finding creative outlets that relax her. "Weekly therapy, daily meditations, sticking to some sort of routine and getting outside for walks has been helpful. Self-care can be something as little as listening to your body and taking that mid-day nap, I’m just finding it important to really listen to what my body is telling me I need," Petsch says.

The Riverdale cast also checks in with each other virtually since they've been unable to get back to filming.

"We have a group chat! We also all FaceTime whenever we want to," Petsch says. "They’re my family so we chat all the time."

She adds, "I’m always my happiest when I’m working and on a set. So I'm looking forward to reuniting with our fantastic crew and working with my friends."

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