I have read on THR about people practising "casual concealment" in states that have a solid tradition of open carry. It seems that this is common in the Southwest especially, but I was wondering what people think about it for MI. For example, what if I carry my 1911 cross draw under an open button-down shirt, so that from the front it is visible, but it can't be seen from the back? Of course, I do have a CPL so that concern does not come into play. Is this legal? Could it be seen as threatening if I am checking out at a store and the clerk suddenly sees my gun half-concealed? The reason why I ask is that while I often carry concealed, my wardrobe does not lend itself well to full OC. I seldom tuck in shirts, so it kind of looks goofy when I have my shirt hiked up on one side to expose my 1911 in its holster. I actually am about to go for a walk with my wife with my shirt hiked over the holster, which is what brought up this topic.
Thanks for the replies,