Meanwhile, bind-on-equip items will still need to be equipped by one of your characters in order to unlock the appearance, so that much hasn’t changed. This should prevent situations where players trade appearance items around for a fee in order to unlock appearances on multiple characters, so these are either sensible and positive changes (if you weren’t engaged in that anyway) or really killing something you did in the game (if you used to do that and now you’re going to be stuck unable to do so). Good luck to the appearance hunters in the game!
RIFT to bring some improvements to the game’s Wardrobe system. Moving forward, any items which are bound to your account or soulbound are unlocked on your wardrobe, as they’re obviously meant for just your character to unlock the appearance. If you get a quest reward that your class cannot equip but is still bound to you, it will also be unlocked in your wardrobe.
Source: Official Site; thanks to Kevin for the tip!