You need clothes that fit and look like civilian clothes, but that allow you to carry or holster your weapon safely and comfortably.
Concealed carryingvests and jackets with an ergonomic pocket design and elegant fashion are the perfect options for anyone who wants to update their daily carrying closet (EDC). The classic hidden carrying case is an unbuttoned flannel or denim shirt, with long or short sleeves, whichever you prefer, that is worn without folds. It provides a cover, allows the use of an IWB cover or a high-traction OWB cover and looks presentable at a good price. You can also search for garments designed to be worn hidden in clothing.
Although there are many dress shirts available on the Internet with built-in covers, it's not recommended. Instead, opt for tactical t-shirts that you can wear under the suit. Tactical shirts have built-in covers that can help hide your weapon. They work best when they fit the body well. Consider wearing a medium-weight jacket or overshirt.
Whether you have it open or closed is a matter of personal preference. Many people prefer to wear the shirt or jacket open for easy access. If you do this, consider how easily your gun can be exposed. Some styles of concealed carry pants are made with extra space at the waist, but are the same size in all other sizes. But remember that part of hidden transport is concealment, so you have to pay some attention to hidden transport clothing.
The standard dress belts that most men wear with casual or dress pants aren't suitable if you add the weight of a hidden carrying gun and holster to the mix. Weapons designed specifically for concealed carry (and several manufacturers have models specific to the CC market) tend to be smooth and stylized. While wearing it hidden with a dress shirt tucked in or any casual business attire, it's important to note that there's a big difference between covering the gun and effectively hiding it. If you normally wear an undershirt, these hidden carrying t-shirts can easily fit in your closet. Many people prefer to carry a pocket gun as a backup weapon or hide it, along with another concealed carrying method for the main weapon. One of the drawbacks of wearing a hidden undershirt is having access to the gun when you need it.
If you're not in the habit of wearing an undershirt, you might want to consider it, as it can make wearing it in a hidden way much easier. If you're a first-time concealed carrier, you've probably spent weeks or even months researching the weapon that best fits your concealed carry needs. The most common covers for carrying hidden objects are those placed on the waist or OWB covers and those located inside the waist or IWB. Concealed carry t-shirts are available from different manufacturers and each one has its own design. When you decide to carry a concealed weapon, you also decide to make a lot of adjustments to your lifestyle, including your wardrobe. Keeping your firearm handy, even when you're “dressing to kill”, is crucial for effectively carrying it covertly on a daily basis.
Alternative methods of transportation may also require some consideration for wearing concealed clothing, although, once again, it is often simple.