The 10 Most Stylish Superhero Costumes of All Time
1. Captain America.
The costume designers of superhero movies have a lot on their plates: they have to dress the stars in ways that are iconic and instantly recognizable while also making them look cool (no small feat, given that most of these costumes would be utterly ridiculous in real life). But every once in a while, they manage to pull it off. Here are ten of our favorite superhero costumes from movies past and present.
10.X-Men: The Last Stand
The third X-Men movie was a bit of a disappointment, but its leather-heavy uniforms were not. We never thought we’d be putting the words “stylish” and “superhero uniform” in a sentence together, but here we are.
Supergirl is the most adorable superhero in the pantheon of comics. She’s got the looks, the animation, and the attitude to attract a lot of attention. And it shows in her costume.
Supergirl is also one of the most stylish superheroes of all time. This is not just because she has an amazing costume, but also because she uses it so well. Her outfits are always unique and innovative, but they still stand out from the other superhero costumes.
From her original version to her latest iteration in Supergirl Season 2, Supergirl has always been a trendsetter when it comes to costumes. Here are 10 of Supergirl’s best costumes over the years:
1) The Original
The original Supergirl design is still one of the most iconic superhero designs ever made. It’s classic, simple, and easy to spot anywhere. It’s easy to see why Supergirl fans love this design so much. This is also one of the easiest versions of Supergirl to cosplay as well.
2) The Classic
The Classic Supergirl design is probably one of the most iconic ones ever made for any female character in comics history. It’s simple, clean, and has an amazing color scheme that makes it a standout among other superhero costumes.
The most iconic superhero costumes of all time, from Superman to Captain Marvel.
4. Captain America
5. Wonder Woman
8. Green Lantern (Hal Jordan)
9. Catwoman (Halle Berry)
10. Captain Marvel
Some of the most iconic superheroes in comic book history are known for their looks as much as their crime-fighting abilities. They wouldn’t be nearly as famous if they dressed like normal humans. It’s the costumes that make the heroes, and here are 10 of the best.
This list could not start with anyone but the Dark Knight himself. Batman’s costume is iconic and has gone through several designs over the years, often updated to make it more high tech or simply to fit changing times.
As much as a utility belt and cape define Batman, his mask is really what makes him special. His true identity would be revealed if he took it off, so he can maintain a secret identity for his own protection and that of his loved ones.
The mask also hides his facial expressions, which helps him project an aura of mystery and menace to criminals who see him. His eyes are sunken into shadowed sockets, making him look more ominous than other superheroes who have wide, expressive eyes that show their emotions quite clearly.
There are plenty of badass hero costumes, but if you’re looking for something on the lighter side, check out the new look of Supergirl!
The Supergirl costume is a simple one: cape and skintight leotard. It’s more like a swimsuit than anything else. This is probably because she’s Superman’s cousin. And he’s got the red underwear on the outside thing going on.
But it still leaves plenty of room for designers to play around with color schemes and accent lines. Nowadays, we’ve seen her in a variety of looks, but here are ten of our favorites!
1. New 52 Supergirl
This is probably the most well-known modern variation on Supergirl’s costume. It is sleek, sexy, and shows off Kara’s figure without revealing too much skin. The cape is an excellent touch and mimics the New 52 look for Superman. (You can see how the two cousins’ capes compare in this blog post!)
The superhero genre is filled with characters whose alter egos all look very similar. The vast majority of male heroes wear either tights or skin-tight jumpsuits, and many have muscles that make Arnold Schwarzenegger look like a waif. The ladies fare no better, with most wearing as little clothing as they can get away with while still maintaining their modesty. It’s a style that’s been pretty stagnant since the Golden Age of comics in the 1930s and ’40s, and it’s high time for a change.
But there are a few superheroes who stand out from the crowd. These are five characters who ditched the spandex for something that we’d actually want to wear out in the real world (or at least our nerdy version of the real world).