From what the study says, yeah maybe. I notice what I cited kind of proved my point but also disproved it, just in reverse. Then again it doesn't count for a woman's demeanor, meaning if she dressed "submissively" but she carried herself assertively, would that change things for a rapist?
But that's the deal, it's like you'd have to have the mind of a rapist to truly understand how all the pieces fall together for them, and (fortunately) I don't have that kind of mentality.
So that's why I don't think suggesting clothing style to deter rape would be a very good method, at least not on it's own. And if it is done, the way it's worded should be chosen carefully. It may work on one rapist, but not the other. I feel it's better to suggest things that work on all of them, things that can actually stop them dead in their tracks.