It has been shown in contemporary social experiments that women (in particular) who dress conservatively tend to get harassed less often than those who don't. Throughout numerous societies, a conservative form of dress has traditionally been a staple code for both men and women, however, what I also find interesting is that in the societies where there is a minimalist dress code (e. g. tribal communities) harassment is essentially non-existent.
I think the problem with western culture is the sexualisation of 'scant dress' (e. g. yoga pants).
Ultimately, I think we should all either cover everything up or put everything on display.
I love the classic style on women. I know that a lot of women would give me thumbs down.
No, because then women wouldn't be able to complain about being over sexualized, and feminism desperately needs that to remain a thing in order to perpetuate the perception that women are victims. Without that perception feminism has no chance of surviving.