Underneath her standard Shinigami captain's uniform, Soifon wears the uniform of the Commander-in-chief of the Onmitsukidō, which has no sleeves and doesn't cover the back, though she does wear long black arm bands.Her hair is worn short with two long braids bound in white cloth each ending in a large golden ring.She is generally reserved and truly not arrogant in any manner like her lieutenant, though she is not above mocking/joking around with her opponents or smirking while in combat, a trait also seen in her predecessor.She will not hesitate in the slightest to strike down even her subordinates if they stand in her way.Soifon is a person of incredible resolve, not hesitating to do whatever it takes to complete a mission and defeat her enemy; an example of this can be seen during her battle with the Segunda Espada, after being exposed to an attack she orders her Lieutenant to remove her arm without hesitation.Very rarely will Soifon show signs of desperation or emotion on the battlefield, except when it concerns her former master.Becky: Yes, I'm a fan, but I really don't appreciate being mocked. "The chief difference between the exceptionally knotty problem facing the detective of fiction and that facing the real detective is that in the former there is usually a paucity of clues, and in the latter altogether too many."A clue that leads in the wrong direction. Philandering as a motive is introduced for good cause, not just to set up suspicions about the wife's lack of an alibi.
Her stubborn attitude is so great that even now she still seems to hold a degree of dislike for Kisuke Urahara be it because Yoruichi used to tease her about him, or she found his lazy demeanor undisciplined or that she still blames him for her mentor's abandonment over one hundred years previously.She chooses to ignore all her subordinates, including her lieutenant Ōmaeda, believing that personal struggle builds character.Soifon, like most female Shinigami, is a member of the Shinigami Women's Association. She also seems to be quite obsessed with Yoruichi, and often spends her free time dreaming about the days when they fought together and practiced Shunpō.And You Thought It Was Real, when an object that is fictional (such as a prop) is mistaken for being real.The Untwist is when a plot twist is confused for a Red Herring because it's too obvious, but turns out to have been genuine all along. If a major star is used to sucker the audience rather than the actual characters, you've just been served Dead Star Walking, or at least an aversion of Narrowed It Down to the Guy I Recognize. Subject to being Spoiled by the Format: if they've just found a plausible suspect, but there's 180 more pages to go, well...Soifon is staunchly loyal, firm, and unbending in her beliefs.