All Outfits in Bayonetta 3

Bayonetta and her fashionable wardrobe. Take a look at all Bayonetta 3 outfits and how to unlock them.

Umbra Witches always have variety in their style, with Bayonetta 3 outfits and costumes being diverse and fabulous you have plenty of alternate looks to choose for our main characters of the game. Bayonetta has plenty on her wardrobe to drive the guys and gals crazy if you desire to unlock them. On this guide, we’ll show you all the outfits and costumes in Bayonetta 3 and how to unlock each of them.

Each of the three playable characters in Bayonetta 3 have their own unique costume sets:

Bayonetta Outfits

Super Mirror 3 Bayonetta 3 Costumes

Super Mirror 3

  • How to Unlock: Unlocked by default.

Super Mirror 3 is the default outfit of Bayonetta. In this costume, Bayonetta has her long hair in twin braids and wears purple glasses. She looks much younger than her previous iterations in the Bayonetta franchise. This outfit has a backless portion that shows off quite a bit of skin and a large ribbon tied on the hip.

Super Mirror B1 Bayonetta 3 Costumes

Super Mirror B1

  • How to Unlock: Purchase from Rodin’s Treasures. Will eventually be unlocked for purchase by progressing the main story.

Super Mirror B1 is one of the Bayonetta 3 costumes that give her a youthful, yet street smart flair. With a stylish red jacket and gym shorts, the titular Umbra witch has her hair done in a ponytail making her look like she’s ready to skate around.

Super Mirror B2 Bayonetta 3 Costumes

Super Mirror B2

  • How to Unlock: Purchase from Rodin’s Treasures.

Super Mirror B2 is one of the Bayonetta 3 costumes that gives her a more eastern look. With a modified version of the traditional Chinese dress, Bayonetta looks rather exotic with has her hair up in pigtails and the rest of her body adorned in mystical eastern ornaments. Oh, and she also has a golden eyepatch.

Super Mirror B3 Bayonetta 3 Costumes

Super Mirror B3

  • How to Unlock: Purchase from Rodin’s Treasures. Will eventually be unlocked for purchase by progressing the main story.

Super Mirror B3 is one of the Bayonetta 3 costumes that is based on Egyptian culture. In this outfit, the titular Umbra witch is adorned in long blue robes with golden ornaments.

Super Mirror B4 Bayonetta 3 Costumes

Super Mirror B4

  • How to Unlock: Purchase from Rodin’s Treasures. Will eventually be unlocked for purchase by progressing the main story.

Super Mirror B4 is one of the Bayonetta 3 costumes that is inspired by French culture. Known as the “Phantom Thief Witch” the titular Umbra witch has an exotic formal outfit with her face adorned in heavy white makeup with a purple mask covering the eyes.

Super Mirror Bayonetta 3 Costumes

Super Mirror

  • How to Unlock: Can be unlocked immediately if you have a save transfer from the first Bayonetta game in your Nintendo Switch. Alternatively, can be bought at Rodin’s Treasures for 4,000 Halos but only after beating the game.

Super Mirror is the original Bayonetta outfit. Those who played the first Bayonetta will be familiar with this costume. Maybe you’re feeling a bit nostalgic you can put it on?

Super Mirror 2 Bayonetta 3 Costumes

Super Mirror 2

  • How to Unlock: Can be unlocked immediately if you have a save transfer from Bayonetta 2 in your Nintendo Switch. Alternatively, can be bought at Rodin’s Treasures for 4,000 Halos.

Super Mirror 2 is the iconic outfit from Bayonetta 2. Those who played the second Bayonetta game will be familiar with the change in hairdo of the titular Umbra witch.

Viola Outfits

Viola Cat T-Shirts

  • How to Unlock: Unlocked by default as Viola’s costume. Other T-shirts can be unlocked by beating the game.

The Stake Cat (White) is Viola’s default costume. The punk rebel girl uses this as her witch-in-training outfit during her time as Bayonetta’s sidekick. Unlike Bayonetta, Viola can only really change her T-shirts underneath the black leather jacket. Most of the alternate T-shirts are about cats with the exception of Hiyoko-Chan who is a chick.

Jeanne Outfits

Jeanne’s Default Costume

  • How to Unlock: Unlocked by default as Jeanne’s costume.

Jeanne only has one outfit in the entire Bayonetta 3 costumes list. She wears a fur jacket on top of her overall pink outfit. The bright colors contrast well with Bayonetta’s darker default costume.

How to Change Outfit in Bayonetta 3?

To change your outfit in Bayonetta 3, you need to at least beast the game once. After that, play any level of the game and access the menu by pressing the – button, then use L and R to navigate to the Costumes tab. From here you can choose the outfit you want to equip.

You’re able to change your outfit anytime in the game without restriction once you’ve unlocked it.

How to Customize Your Outfit in Bayonetta 3?

To customize your outfit in Bayonetta 3, go to the menu by pressing the – button on the Nintendo Switch when playing any of the game’s levels. From there use the L and R to navigate to the Costumes tab. You can customize the outfit by picking any of the options in the Costume Color and Hair Color.

You’re only able to change the colors of the outfits you’ve already unlocked. Bayonetta 3 only allows you to customize the colors of the outfit you’re wearing and not other aspects of the costume itself.

How to Get More Outfits in Bayonetta 3?

You can get more outfits by purchasing them from Rodin’s Shop in Bayonetta 3. Each outfit will cost 4,000 Halos each. The option to purchase Bayonetta 3 costumes will be available after beating the game at least once on any difficulty.


Those are all of the Bayonetta 3 costumes and how to unlock them. We hope this article is informative. For more on Bayonetta 3, you’re already in the right place.

Check out this Youtube video from BeardBear who shows off the Bayonetta 3 costumes in all their detail.