Conversed: "Have you guys ever noticed that Alice is always wearing nothing but lingerie in public places?"
Deconstructed: Alice eventually gets sick of all the men hitting on her, so she starts covering up more skin and lashes out at every man who so much at ogles at her. This eventually leads to her not finding a true soulmate and she goes into depression.
Bob comes along and shows her that not all men are sexist pigs, which gets Alice out of her funk.
Alice embraces her sex appeal and uses it to her own ends, benevolent or not.
Played for Drama:
Even though Alice, a shapely young woman, always wears a sexy outfit which reveals and enhances much of her figure, she's forced to wear it by her sexist father Charlie, who unfairly wants her to show-off her body. It is a constant source of angst for Alice, partly because of her constant body issues, but mostly because she hates being sexualized. She lives in constant fear of sexual harassment, which actually does happen a lot due to the heavy temptations. Eventually, she starts wearing more conservative clothing, against what Bob tells her to wear, and lashes out at every man who ogles at her.
Alice is immensely attractive and has a great body. However, her personality is harsh, aloof, and...just a bit odd making it difficult for many men to take the chance to flirt with her.