Fans of DC's Wonder Woman (and there are quite a few) loved the movie for many reasons, but one of the most important was the way Director Patty Jenkins respected its female characters. For instance, the Amazons (an all-female, warrior-like society that lives on Themyscira) wore body armor clearly meant to protect rather than show off their bodies.
Brooke Ence plays the Amazon warrior Penthesilea in Wonder Woman (left) and Justice League (right).— Thal (@thalestral) November 13, 2017
First designed by Lindy Hemming, directed by Patty Jenkins
Second designed by Michael Wilkinson, directed by Zack Snyder.
People are pretending there's no difference 😑 pic.twitter.com/YtOH9oRcCT
Still very different: note the lack of boob cups in this armor. Also, crucially, this is TRAINING wear. They would never ride into battle with their vital organs exposed, as evidenced by the ARMOR that they're wearing in 'Wonder Woman'.— Eleanor Tremeer (@ExtraTremeerial) November 13, 2017
"The Amazons in Wonder Woman wore sports-bra-like outfits when they were not fighting," the article explicitly says. Her point is broader.— Spencer Ackerman (@attackerman) November 13, 2017