You'll get major ModCloth vibes from Emma, played by Jo Ellen Pellman. She wears printed ties, plenty of stripes, layered jewelry, collared shirts, sneakers, and combat boots, with touches of mustard throughout. Eyrich confirmed that most of Emma's wardrobe was thrifted. "Our inspiration was that because she was raised by her grandmother and they didn't have a lot, living in a small town in Indiana, she was a thrift-store girl. Jo Ellen loves to thrift — she's always shopping vintage clothes in her personal time — so she had a lot of input, and it was really fun working with her because we both share a love of vintage. She'd wear maybe a sweater from Urban Outfitters, but the shoes are from a thrift store and the shirt is also something she's had in the closet for a while. We wanted to keep it realistic, so we just kind of threw the odd pieces together to show that she didn't mind owning her unique self." As for the ties? Eyrich said Murphy requested a modern-day Annie Hall vibe, "mixing the boy with the girl in her own way."