My Protagonist, Jill Steele, in Norman in the Painting, wears what I called a pink jogging suit. In a critique group, I was told the terminology is activewear, not jogging suit. Apparently, people don’t jog now days, they run. Jill’s sister convinces her to buy new clothes. Jill doesn’t like to go clothes shopping but since Norman is on the scene, she wants to look good for him. The pink activewear is a key to Norman’s vortex. Jill’s new activewear looks like the one here in Landsend’s photo. She hopes it will work as well as the old one did to bring Norman through the painting.
Do you think it will or does she have to wear her old worn pink outfit?
Picture credit to Landsend.com.
4 responses to “Activewear in My Protagonist’s Closet”
I think the old one has the magic in it.
Could be, Time will tell. Thanks for your comment,Gary.
You’ve got me wondering. Like Gary, I think it’s something about the old pink suit that is magic. The new outfit may look better, but that doesn’t give it any special power.
Maybe and maybe not. One of them is a motif though, that’s for sure.
Thanks for reading and commenting.