clothing is the only issue where feminists are split on the issue?
Feminism is quite a diverse movement. There are much more debates going on within the community than just those about clothes.
Personally, I believe it's about choice and respect. We have to respect other people's desire to dress how they like and not hinder their ability to choose how they dress.
"Feminists" who call other women sluts for the way they dress are terrible feminists imo. That whole faction that went up against pornography and female sexuality being visible in any shape or form really set us back as a movement more than anything.
Personally, I love fashion and like embracing feminine clothing. I also like to be comfortable and don't mind wearing some items from the men's department. I don't think when I buy clothes "What does this say about me as feminist?", I just worry about looking what I consider cute and chic.
We shouldn't try to oppress women even MOAR and police each other on how we dress.
I'm all about fostering communication, acceptance, and understanding and you can't do that when you're slut-shaming and disrespecting people.
It seems to me that on the non-modest side of the issue, women need to learn a principle or two about art, such as how colors are used to draw the eye to a specific point before leading it around the rest of the work.
My point being, if cleavage-showing women do not want their cleavage to be look at-- or, for that matter, gawked at-- it should not be exposed. Thinking that men are pigs because we look at boobs is essentially blaming a child for staring at the cartoon you sat the child in front of.