The blue and red colors are there, but darker and muted.
The length and shape of the cape is another highly debated topic. The fabric seems to be fairly loose, but judging from the picture above it goes way past his feet dragging on the ground. The traditional costume goes to behind the knees leaving his legs free.
We may see a few scenes of him tripping on it while running after General Zod.
The traditional shape is there. No dramatic changes to the boots are visible.
Textured and made out of a rubbery latex. While spandex has gone out of fashion since the 80's there's no reason to get rid of it for Superman. After all, the Superman's costume was created to emulate the costume of acrobats.
It still shows his muscles and body shape, so this isn't a huge change. What is strange is it has that textured look that is now popular for superhero costumes since Spider-Man.
The traditional costume has no gloves, but this one give the impression of gloves at the wrist.
Much wider crossing the shoulders from end-to-end. The shape itself has changed over the years, but reminds me of the Alex Ross Kingdom Come comic design with a focus on the center line. This actually looks pretty good.
No belt to speak of but a set of curved lines. A very small circle for the belt buckle. Some pictures show red coloration on the belt lines and others do not.
This is a pretty big departure from the comics because the shape and size of the belt buckle is a source of great discussion about uber-nerds. Should it be round? Square? Shield shaped?
In-Depth Analysis of 'Man of Steel's' Awesome New Superman Costume.
What do you think of the new costume?