There is a difference between a woman making herself attractive and making herself seductive. The former enhances her natural beauty to increase a man’s desire for her, whereas the latter enhances her sexual appeal and increases a man’s desire to use her to satisfy his sexual lusts. In other words, the former enhances her value as a person, whereas the latter devalues her to a mere object of lust.
Modesty cannot be legislated by prescribing certain forms of clothing, certain lengths, or a certain fit. Women must be responsible for their own modesty. With every outfit they put on they should be asking themselves, “Does this outfit enhance my natural beauty, or does it enhance my sex appeal to men? Will this cause men to objectify me, or value me as a woman?” If women asked these questions of themselves each morning, and if they asked it of other men, no church would have to have standards of modesty.