Whenever a Muslim feminist or simp tells you that Muslim men have “No right!” to comment on how women dress, just remind them that the Prophet himself ﷺ was very concerned with women’s clothing and modesty.
Not only did he comment on it, he correlated the deteriorating state of women’s dress with Hell and the end of the world. He said:
“Two are the types of the denizens of Hell whom I have not seen: A people having whips like the tails of cows and they will be beating people with them, and women who will be dressed but appear to be naked, enticing to evil and being inclined to evil. Their heads will appear like the humps of the Bactrian camel leaning to one side. They will not enter Jannah and they will not smell its fragrance which is perceptible from such and such a distance.” [Muslim]
Imam Nawawi rahimahullah comments on this saying it refers to signs of the hour.
“There are three at whom Allah will not look on the Day of Resurrection: The one who is an ingrate to his parents, the woman who imitates men in her outward appearance, and the cuckold.” [Nasai]
Furthermore, it has been related that the Prophet ﷺ cursed a man who puts on the dress of women, and a woman who puts on the dress of men. [Abu Dawud]
How women and men dress is everyone’s business because it affects everyone in society. If standards of dress become increasingly immodest and sexualized, that in turn affects the character of society. Among the crucial responsibilities of fathers and husbands is ensuring that their female family members are not harming themselves, their families, and society at large through immodest dress.
So yes, women’s dress is a concern for everyone. Those who speak up and denounce lack of modesty are not tyrants. Those who think that they can impose their body parts on the world (without consent, by the way!) are the tyrants.