Prohibition Against Influencing Others to Sin
Rabbi Yoel Schwartz (Jerusalem Court for Bnei Noah)
There is a prohibition against causing another person to err or commit sin as Pharaoh accused Abraham (Genesis 20:9) and the same concerning Avimelech who accused Isaac (Genesis 26:10).
In accordance with this, people should conduct themselves with modesty so as not to bring others to sin. In particular, women should apply this to their mode of dress and behavior.