There is a reason why most characters have (mostly) symmetrical costumes....it's to keep the colorists from going bananas!
Take, for example, The Conqueror, from Victory Comics #1 (1941):
Created by Bill Everett, The Conqueror is David Lyons, an American resistance fighter who battling Hitler's forces in Europe, when he gets zapped by cosmic rays, which make him better/stronger/faster yada yada.
Ignore all of that--the key thing is the color scheme of his costume:
Well, not to the unnamed colorist for this issue:
Surely, it's just a one-panel snafu, right?
But soon the pockets switch back to their original configuration...
Well, not just one. Let's jump ahead to Victory Comics #3 (1941):
And we're definitely, firmly, 100% back to the original configuration...
Which is why you shouldn't design costumes like that.
Help keep colorists sane--keep costumes symmetrical, color-wise