In The Book, The Hunger Games, What Defined Katniss's Costume At The Opening Ceremonies?


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It made her become "The Girl on Fire"
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It was a black leotard that clothed her from neck to ankle with a cape and a headdress that was lit with fire.
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abby answered
The Girl on Fire costume? It sort of created her identity as a tribute. It made her look interesting, amazing, and worth the sponsors' time. If she hadn't had it, she might not have survived the Games at all.

If you're asking about the actual costume, it was a one-piece black thing with a headdress and a cape that were set on fire.
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Jessica Hall answered
At the opening ceremony both Katniss and Peeta wore black unitards that covered their bodies also they were on fire! Xx

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