Based on Jesus Christ’s words in Matthew 5:27 that says “You have heard that it was said, “You shall not commit adultery.” But I tell you that anyone who looks at a woman lustfully has already committed adultery with her in his heart. It should never be a woman’s fault or sin when a man looks at her with lust. The man sinned against God when he looks at a woman lustfully.
If a woman intentionally wears a clothing so that men would lust for her, then she sinned against God. The woman is accountable to God, not men or to anyone.
In the Quran, Muslim women are told to cover themselves with a headscarf to not expose the chest part, although some women don’t follow it, depending how conservative a country or city is. Ideally, it should never be forced on women.
Even in some Christian groups, some define righteousness by the length of the hair or how long the skirt is.
Blaming a woman for a man’s lust for her would proliferate a blaming mindset. The blaming mindset if unchecked would become a culture.
When we make a mistake in another area, like in an office setting, for example a supervisor gave a task and we made a mistake, we instead blame another co-worker for the our own mistake.