Concealed carry is a popular way to protect yourself and those around you. To properly hide your firearm while you're wearing it, there are several options available. A shirt with a holster, a polo shirt, or a buttoned belt are all great choices. The classic hidden carrying case is an unbuttoned flannel or denim shirt, with long or short sleeves, whichever you prefer.
It provides a cover, allows the use of an IWB cover or a high-traction OWB cover, and looks presentable at a good price. When choosing your cover, consider the pros and cons of different materials. Trousers with belt loops will be ideal for hidden wear because the cover will most likely work better with a belt. These can be shorts, jeans, dress pants, etc.
With the addition of a gun and a holster, if you wear them inside the waist, the waist size can increase. While some people have found that they can continue to wear pants the same size as before, others may need to increase one or two sizes to compensate for the additional width added by the gun and holster. The Brave Response appendix carrying case is a great option for concealed carry. It allows an additional clip and is comfortable for your dominant hand or for wearing it crosswise, with a very minimal impression with the shirt folded. A jacket will help cover most covers that are torso-based, and the pants can fit IWB covers, provided that some minor adjustments are made. If it's too hot to wear a sweater or jacket, you can still wear hidden items in the warmer months.
Make sure that the belt strap is compatible with the hidden carrying case to prevent the cover from sliding. If you tuck the shirt over the hidden carrying gun, the transparent cover will change, as you'll have to do a few things differently. Alternative methods of transportation may also require some consideration for wearing concealed clothing. But remember that part of hidden transport is concealment, so you have to pay some attention to hidden transport clothing. One of the most effective ways to hide and carry a gun is to place a slightly larger sweater over the top of an IWB holster. Each person may discover that one way of dressing to carry hidden items works better for them than another.
The best way to find which pants work best for you is to try them on with your carrying system. Ultimately, when it comes to concealed carry attire, it's important to find what works best for you and your lifestyle.