First appearance: Marvel Spotlight #32
This is the original Spider-Woman suit worn by Jessica Drew, it is made from a skintight cloth, most likely Spandex or similar. When Spider-Woman began her career under the alias of Arachne, she wore her traditional suit was colored primarily red with yellow colored boots and arrow pattern marks that covers over her womb and abdomen, connected in between her breasts follows an upside down triangle placed over her chest. The suit also consists of webbed wings under the armpits that would allow her to glide through the sky. The mask is all red with another upside down yellow triangle on the forehead, it covered her entire head except her mouth. The mask has plastic lenses with a chrome covering that allow Jessica to see out, without letting others see in. The lenses also protect Jessica's eyes from dust particles and the glare of the sun while she is gliding through the city.
Sometime later, the suit had slightly been redesigned to the more well known traditional Spider-Woman suit. While much remained the same the same, the gloves are now yellow instead of the previous red. The mask most notably now exposes her long hair to flow out. 
After the Spider-Verse event Jessica Drew had began wearing an all new, all different suit. The current suit now takes a more biker inspired theme. Spider-Woman wears what appears to be a red womans motor jacket with black sleeves as well as black trousers, it retains a similar yet smaller yellow pattern on her chest but more akin to a spider symbol. Her gloves and shoes are a clash of red and black. Jessica's "mask" only consists of a pair of similar themed goggles with yellow lenses.
First Appearance: Marvel Super Heroes Secret Wars #6
The second Spider-Woman Julia Carpenter (who was also called Arachne), wore an all black suit with a large white spider symbol on the front and back of her torso. The suit also consists of white thigh high boots and elbow length gloves. Like the previous Spider-Woman Suit, Julia's has mask covers everything except her mouth and hair.
When Julia was affiliated with the Omega Flight team, her new suit consisted of a larger spider symbol with its legs spread open with an sharp edgier design. This variation also excluded the with gloves and boots from the previous one. 
When Julia succeeded the mantle of Madame Web, her newest suit bared a more striking resemblance to her initial suit but was now colored reddish-brown with and red thigh high boots and elbow length gloves. The spider had a six legs rather than the usual 8. The lenses on her mask are also red.
As Martha Franklin: Amazing Spider-Man Vol 2 #5
The third Spider-Woman incarnation, Martha "Mattie" Franklin, initially wore a similar to Peter Parker's traditional blue and red (minus the web pattern and had a larger spider logo) but later changed it to one that is primarily an all black attire with red colored gloves and huge red spider symbol on the front and back of her torso. The mask also leaves the Mattie's mouth and hair exposed, the suit also has tattered web wings under her armpits.
As Charlotte Witter: Amazing Spider-Man Vol 2 #5
The Forth person to be called Spider-Woman, Charlotte Witter was a villain wore a green suit one piece top with black thigh high boots and green elbow length gloves and a green mask with red lenses.
First Appearance: Amazing Fantasy Vol 2 #1 In her debut as Araña, Anya Corazon wore makeshift suit composed of standard gym clothing with a red spider logo on her shirt, with the inclusion of a pair of goggles and fighter's gloves.
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