I think you misunderstood the gist of my post or perhaps I wasn't clear enough about the point I was trying to make......I was responding to the usual statement of not allowing men to sin etc...etc... by clothes. I do not agree with that statement on may levels.
Now if you attend a church where women dress in the manner in which you describe (exaggeration ?? I do not know....)...you have bigger problems than women and their choices of clothes!!!!
The attire a wife or daughter of a household is a reflection on what the headship at home is like........In the same way the belief system of the members of a church are a reflection of what doctrinal truth they follow or adhere to or follow in their church.
Let me explain because you may need to ask these questions to yourself.....
1. Is the biblical head of the house being a priest and prophet in his house?
2. Is he channelling and shepherding the hearts and minds of his family towards the Lord and living a life for His glory......which reflects in the choices they make, whether it is clothing or lifestyle?
3. How much biblical foundation is he giving them on what the gathering of saints at a church is all about....is it for worship and praise or is it for anything else?
4. What is the mother's role in the household? How well is her understanding of her scriptural role?
5. What is the father's vision for his family?????
If families are not clear in their understanding of what the scripture (not culture/tradition) has asked them to do, what their roles or duties as husbands/fathers, wives/mothers, children/daughters/sons are.......then it is reflected in small ways like in attire and big ways like in the choices they make in life.
So, then if you have a lot of members coming to a place of worship in unsuitable attire, then as a body of Christ, the church, needs to go back to the foundation and delve deeper into making members understand what God wants them to do, to make them understand biblical truths and turn away from peer and societal influences etc.......
It takes work and a lot of patience! It cannot be done by pointing fingers, but they need to be shepherded gently and carefully. But if we want changes that affect generations to come then seeking the scripture for wisdom is the way to go........instead of blaming people for their choices, finding out the "why" of their choice is more important because then only can you address it and help resolve it scripturally.
This is just me opinion!