I'm now feeling slightly self-conscious about my hair after viewing that. Although, someone did call me Rapunzel recently, so maybe I need a haircut. Whilst I appreciate what the artist was trying to achieve, it's all a bit
Even the occasional flash of colour is muted and dull and Snydered. And it isn't particularly practical. I'd need to do even more Pilates to wear some of those designs. And there isn't much difference between those skin-tight costumes and the alternative, aside from a different choice by the colourist. Sometimes this kind of re-design, whilst coming from the best of intentions, can result in seeming more sexist and a tad puritan.
And, anyway, I've seen the Wonder Woman telly show. She had MAGIC high heels -- totally practical. They vanished whenever she had to do the whole superhero running / jumping / fighting / whatever. Besides, I've also seen Jurassic World. And heels also serve as a useful extra stabby weapon.
And not much point in being a superhero if you don't get some bright, shiny colours (not ALL superheroes ; depends on the character, etc. likewise the whole revealing costume thing) and a swirly, twirly cape. And even a cape can be practical -- provides ample room for secret pockets (like Kwothe's cloak) to conceal all kinds of weapons. Also, Elektra has super-stealthy Bruce Lee ninja skills, so she can wear whatever colour she likes and no one would notice her because NINJA.