So extreme was it that every girl to try it on instantly and irrevocably hated me without exception.
The Bravo Bikini consists of a white tube top with a black bow and black bikini shorts. In the Japanese release, the outfit is a skimpy white bikini top and black bottoms. Two long pieces of cloth hang down on each side and are adorned with black bows. It has long black gloves and black and white boots.
When Agnès Oblige decides to enter the Florem beauty contest to find her friend Olivia, they seek out Yulyana to provide them with an appropriate outfit. After nothing he has in stock is deemed suitable, Yulyana brings forth the Bravo Bikini. Much ado is made of how gratuitous and revealing the outfit is, and Agnès is horrified by it and refuses to wear it. Despite this, the party keeps the Bravo Bikini and takes it with them.
When the party investigates missing women in Florem, Edea Lee volunteers to get close to the primary suspect, Fiore DeRosa, and find out if he is the culprit. To get close to DeRosa, Edea dons the Bravo Bikini, though Ringabel notes it doesn't fit her. The ruse works, and the party is able to find DeRosa's hideout in the city.
The player obtains the Bravo Bikini as an outfit for Edea to wear after defeating DeRosa a second time in Chapter 5 or 6. It can be worn in the equipment menu and replaces her job outfit, though gameplay wise it provides no practical benefit beyond appearance. It can be found in the Yulyana Woods Needleworks as a key item orb in chapter 7.
The Bravo Bikini can be obtained for Agnès in the Japanese-exclusive For the Sequel edition by completing the game on Hard difficulty and linking with the official Square Enix Members site afterward. Like Edea's variant of the costume, it has no effect on gameplay.
- The Bravo Bikini was censored in the Western release of Bravely Default; in the original Japanese game it was a literal bikini that exposed Edea's cleavage and hips. The Western release, while still revealing, is considerably toned down.