I'm not really sure about her anatomy.. for instance her ear looks deformed, and a bit too low. Something also bothers me with her right leg.. maybe it's the impractical outfit, as mentioned in your picture description above Nevertheless, I love that cat!! Oh dear, it's just few strokes and it looks like cat! Few strokes..
I've been looking at a lot of your stuff trying to figure out how you get such a nice variation is color with so little brushwork. Do you use a lot of blend modes as you're painting? I never used them much in the past but I've been trying them out and it's amazing how the right colors just seem to appear...
Concerning your clothes/armor here; it actually makes a lot of sense to me. If caught in a fight and armed, the most likely places to be struck are: the hand, the forearm, or the shin. These targets are about 12-21" closer to the enemy than other parts of the body. This is where she is armored. She's also a lookout, and might need to do a bit of running. You don't want to be in much clothing, to avoid getting overheated mid-run. (She would shed the armor and weapons if forced to make the run. I'm guessing 3-4 straps per armor piece, which would take less than a minute to undo.)
Nianto is wrong that she would die instantly. Speed wins fights, not armor. Full armor mainly guards against a hail of many arrows or an onslaught of many blows when in a crowd of enemies. She's a forest/jungle scout, surrounded by plenty of cover and unlikely to have to fight more than one or two foes at a time.
The only thing I'd say might not make sense is the use of METAL armor. If she's in a hot environment where little clothing is needed, metal armor would get so hot as to burn skin when touched. Those rings under the arm in particular are out of place. And if she isn't in a hot environment, then I think she would have a cloak for warmth that could be shed quickly should she need to run. Possibly it is there, but not in frame -- she is getting ready to hop down and enter combat against a single intruder? Environment appears forested or jungled... the cutting weapon implies jungled. Hot with the lack of direct sun (so no heated metal) means that if she never leaves that area, her clothes/armor make complete sense. Even the loose covering to guard the breasts without covering the sweat glands there makes sense.
So yeah, looks kosher to me!
I'd love to see this detailed up with clear lines. This character is compelling.
I believe the rigidity of the material and the angle of the connecting rings holds the top loosely in place, enough to provide her something to lean her torso against when she needs to press to a tree when climbing up/down. No more is needed. We are so used to soft cotton etc etc, but this is more likely double-sided fur that is somewhat stiff and only covered with soft fur.
Definitely I have seen real outfits with less material successfully danced in.