In the comics, Enchantress receives her powers after wandering off into a creepy room at a mansion party and talking to a fat magic head in a giant chair, because why not? After blond, bob-haired June Moone transforms into Enchantress, she looks like a standard sexy Halloween witch: green pointed hat, long cape, miniskirt, and thigh-high boots. A little on the nose, but nothing too bad. Later, as she loses control of her powers and turns a little evil, she dons an emerald green halter top and a gold band fitted around her head, with occasional returns to her oldschool look.
In Suicide Squad, Enchantress is an archaeologist who gets her powers from an ancient relic. Whatever got under her skin in that creepy old temple also gave her a complete, gross makeover, making her far more dark and grungy than her comics counterpart, only cleaning up a bit when her powers are at full force. The onscreen Enchantress, played by Cara Delevingne, wears a hunter green swimsuit and a crescent headdress, a weird shadow of her comics counterpart.