I think making your helmet look like some sort of animal eating your head is a bad move when it comes to crafting a good super-hero outfit, but at least animals actually eat other things, a lesson seemingly lost on the Court Seamstress at Casa de Jade Flower:
For the record, walking around looking like you're being eaten by a flower is not -- repeat, not -- intimidating to your opponents. Anything that makes you look like something The Joker would shrink and stick in his lapel should, as a rule, be avoided when putting together your costume. Whenever you walk out of the house and people start pointing and/or laughing, you should probably turn back around and slip into something fishnet just to be safe.
In other words, that headpiece is appallingly bad.
The rest of the outfit is standard super-fantasy-villain fare and perfectly serviceable, and I by all means encourage more leggy females to saunter around in hot Robin half-boots and two dishrags joined by a bikini top, but anyone wearing anything on their head that makes me want to pluck them ought to be hung.
Finally, I get that all of the Amethyst nobles are named after particular gems, but that makes me wonder where Fire Jade is hiding her fire jade and why she went for the flower angle in the first place. And why there's no fire on her.
Anyway, I'm pretty sure I'd like to lead the expedition to discover the location of that fire jade on her person, although we'd probably end up as just fronds and I'd have to leaf her alone, back-petaling away like made to try and stem the flow of derision and insults and things in that vein.
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