"If you want to attract boys who like you for who you are - for your good heart and your unique personality - then think carefully about how you dress and present yourself.
Boys naturally see girls as beautiful and mysterious beings. But this innocent and romantic view can be easily damaged and perverted if girls present themselves sexually. They are then appealing to a more beastial element of boys attraction. This will have two affects, it will risk attracting boys who are drawn by sexual attributes rather than personality. This can be very damaging for girls - as such a relationship is not built on love and respect. It is also less likely to last. Anyway, women can look very beautiful - I would say more beautiful - by emphasising their femininity (as in the picture above) rather than appealing to baser sexual attractions.
Not only does this risk damaging the relationship between the girl and the boy, but it damages relationships between men and women more generally. If girls constantly appeal to boy's and men's sexual desires, then they are simultaneously placing them under constant temptation, and training them to see girls in a sexual light rather than the romantic light they would otherwise. I think it is these female behaviours that have led to so many men becoming like beasts when it comes to sex.
Many women will say to you that is it your choice - you can dress how you like, tough luck for boys and men if it is a problem for them.
The first answer to this is: yes, you can do what you like - but is it charitable? Is it selfish?
I might like to play my bagpipes in the street morning and night - I CAN do that, if people don't like it, that is their problem not mine. But that would be selfish, and not charitable.
But in our case there is a further problem. If a girl becomes accustomed to taking pleasure in getting attention for her appearance - then what happens as she gets older? By then she is used to the attention and the pleasure she gets from looking attractive. But as she gets older, her looks will fade, the attention will go. She has created misery for herself, and will become more and more obsessed with her appearance, probably she will feel more and more insecure. How then can she focus on God's message of love and care for others - that we all should strive for? And without God, how then can she find happiness? I think such a woman has condemned herself to a kind of hell, and probably many others on the way."
So I think I will tell my daughter something like that - maybe not all at once though!