The Hidden Spider in Spider-Gwen's Costume
I thought her costume was cool, but there seemed to be something inexplicably awesome about it, something I was missing even if I was looking right at it. Then I realized what it was: she's wearing a spider.
Check that out. Pointing to her bellybutton is the spider's tail. Two legs go around her rib area and the other two are on her arms. The spider's head is her actual head, and the antennae (or teeth?) come out by her shoulder blades.
The idea of a hidden emblem in a costume intrigued me, and I tried looking for other costumes that had hidden emblems. Some, like the Punisher's skull teeth being his ammunition, came close, but it wasn't exactly hidden. There was one very glaring example: the Silver Age Blue Beetle, Ted Kord, who's wearing a beetle.
The cool thing about it is that Ted Kord's costume was designed by Steve Ditko, who, of course, was the visually artistic half of Spider-Man's original creators.
So I dunno if Robbi Rodriguez was consciously influenced by Ditko's Blue Beetle design, but somehow, for a character spinning off of a Ditko creation, he managed to come up with a very Ditko-esque costume. And I think that's somehow just a little bit perfect.