When you write a script, are you supposed to write down what the characters are wearing? If so, how descriptive do these descriptions have to be? Like, can you say "gym clothes" or do you need to spell out shorts, socks, runners, t-shirt? I am assuming that if your script becomes a movie or a tv show, someone in wardrobe will dress your characters appropriately....although I sort of wonder. In the recent remakes of "Charlie's Angels" I believe the Angels were walking around in heels while kicking ass....umm, yah, that's believable. I also remember the stupid horror films of the 80s which were basically eye candy for teenage boys. Honestly, what other reason is there for a lone teenage girl to hear something go "bump in the night," strip down to her sexiest outfit, and go investigate the noise???? Haven't any of these girls ever heard of this new invention called a "telephone" and the emergency services number, "911"? But then, I guess there's no story. So I wanted to check, if I convert my WIP novel into a script format, do I need to specify the clothing the characters wear? Thanks!