I gave her some advice, as her father: "I don't want you wearing anything you can't fight in."
By that I mean: no super-high heels. No constrictive dresses or skirts.
Guys' clothing tends to be fairly neutral: flat, comfortable shoes; some variety of pants. Whereas female clothing -- especially as they get older -- can let "fashion" override practicality.
I should probably add "...or run in." But "fight in" is more empowering.
As I've probably mentioned, she and one of her brothers take Tae Kwon Do once a week. When she turns sixteen, she's going to take a term of Krav Maga with me. The boys, too, when they're of age.
Taking Krav Maga is like taking an "un- first aid" course: it teaches you how to not get hurt.