Christian modesty is a good book to read on this subject. As a previous poster read, a key passage is Peter putting his outergarment on because he only had his inner garment at the time. He did this because men are to cover themselves. It's hard for me to where short sleeve shirts in public because of this command. I believe that the man's arm is to women, what the legs are to men.
Not my arms, I'm afraid. My farmer's tan is like 'babe repelant'.
(I am not disagreeing, just joking)
Have I missed something? Who wrote this book you refer to?