Shay Mitchell Dresses Up as Peach From You and Emily From Pretty Little Liars for TikTok Challenge

Julyssa Lopez

Shay Mitchell has played some pretty iconic roles over the last several years, so it makes sense that it would be hard for her to say goodbye completely. 

The Canadian actor's big break came when she starred as Emily Fields, the shy jock on Pretty Little Liars from 2010 to 2017. Just a few years after the Freeform series ended, Mitchell stole a bunch of scenes during the first season of Netflix's You by portraying Peach Salinger, the rich, domineering best friend to Beck (and one of the few who sees Joe Goldberg as he truly is). 

In her latest TikTok video, Mitchell took part in the newly popular challenge of dressing up as characters you would be on a TV show. Of course, she had the advantage of taking on her own former roles while dancing to the Curtis Waters song "Stunnin.'" 

"What character should I be today?" she asked inside her gorgeous closet, before whipping out the outfits that best represent her most famous TV moments. That meant sunglasses and lots of luxury vibes for Peach, Emily's actual swim team tracksuit, and an eclectic look for Stella, the charming, carefree social butterfly from Hulu's Dollface

We're pretty impressed by how accurate each look was—proving that these characters are a part of Mitchell and still live on in her closet. So how did she do? Let's start with Peach, who deserved so much better than being killed by Joe Goldberg.

<cite class="credit">TikTok/Netflix c/o Everett Collection</cite>
TikTok/Netflix c/o Everett Collection

Then there's Emily—which was obviously a 10/10. 

<cite class="credit">TikTok/Getty Images</cite>
TikTok/Getty Images

Of course, Mitchell had to give some love to her latest character, Stella Cole, who would totally have a TikTok account just like Mitchell's, BTW. 

<cite class="credit">TikTok/Hulu</cite>
TikTok/Hulu

Apart from revisiting some of her best roles, Mitchell's TikTok has been dedicated to quarantine dances and tons of videos of her baby girl, Atlas Noa, who was born in October. Her YouTube channel has been a place for her to get real about her journey as a mother—she even posted some intimate footage of her delivery for her show on the platform, called "Almost Ready." She's also been honest about the struggles she's faced and opened up about topics such as mommy-shaming and internet criticism. But her TikTok, so far, has been reserved for more lighthearted activities, like goofing around and inspiring us to rebinge You.

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Originally Appeared on Glamour

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