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    Concealed Carry Outfits for Women

    (Finally...I have been meaning to get this done since...well, that's not important, lol. Our son is teething now, so he's taking really short naps, and not very many of them.)


    I've heard lots of women say they don't carry because they don't have the wardrobe conducive to concealing a weapon, and they don't want to buy special clothes just so they can carry.
    The good news is, you don't necessarily have to! With the right holster, you can conceal with your every day clothes.

    Holster: Flashbang Bra holster
    Gun: Kel-tec P3AT
    Thoughts: This holster isn't uncomfortable, and maybe it's because I was using the second longest strap and a wireless bra, but I had trouble keeping it from slipping and having the magazine well poking out and making a funny lump under my shirt. As long as I kept a good posture though, it stayed put, and was completely invisible. This would be a good option if you're wearing a skirt and don't have a thigh holster.







    Holster: Sneaky Pete
    Gun: Kel-tec P3AT
    Thoughts: This holster slides onto your belt, and the flap is secured magnetically. It's pretty comfortable and doesn't look like a holster at all. It comes in several different colors, so you can be dressy or casual, and you can choose different sizes for different guns.






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    Holster: Crossbreed Supertuck IWB
    Gun: Bersa BP9
    Thoughts: This holster is probably the most comfortable IWB holster I've ever worn, and I love it! It's very easy to conceal, whether you wear a looser shirt or a more fitted one.












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    Holster: Black leather thumb-break OTW(brand unknown)
    Gun: Bersa BP9
    Thoughts: This holster slides onto your belt, and you will need a sturdy gun belt to help hug it close to your body. I prefer to OC around the house with this holster, but you can conceal it, and it's comfortable to wear since it's outside the waistband.









    Holster: Quick Draw by Tague
    Gun: West German Sig P220
    Thoughts: This is my husband's gun, and a bit too big for me to comfortably wear, but I wanted to show that you can conceal a larger gun. It does take a little more work, but still do-able.




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    Holster: Blackhawk Nylon OWB
    Gun: Bersa Thunder CC
    Thoughts: Another slide on the belt holster. The advantage of this holster is that it helps break up the shape of the gun, so even if it prints a little, it's not immediately obvious it's a gun.





    Holster: Blackhawk Ankle holster
    Gun: Bersa Thunder CC
    Thoughts: This is my BUG carry rig, and it's pretty comfortable, although if you have the option to get a holster with some kind of fleece backing, I'd recommend it. Some of the elastic/nylon/stitching can get a little itchy, but re-positioning the holster can help. I love that I can wear sweat pants and still be armed!











    Since it's winter, I wear cardigans a lot. I plan to do another set of pictures with more summer time clothes when we get closer to spring. I've noticed that wearing dark colors or patterns helps break up the shape and disguise it better, and generally the longer your top, the better.
    I also ordered a thigh holster, which should arrive in a couple of weeks, so after I get that I'll add more pictures.

    Ladies, if you have any tips or secrets that work for you, feel free to contribute!
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    http://www.youtube.com/user/faliaphotography also has lots of good ideas.
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    Thanks for posting... I"m going to show these around.... (to ladies interested in guns ofcourse... lol)
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    I love how slimming those outfits are, and neatly hide the sidearm, I wonder if their from the GAP, or if Abercrombie and Fitch might have such slimming outfits~ <3

    Female clothes fit me better, and it's so hard to find a pair of male jeans to match my form fitting tops~ I love the leather holster, the lil strap one that is, and the leather belt~ Do you think it'd match my revolver, or better suited for the hi-point?
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    Great job of clothing choice and holster choice to successfully CC. CC is particularly difficult for women, given the geometry of the female body and the tendancy toward form-fitting clothing (As opposed to mens' clothing which gives us a lot more boxy profile with sports coats and Hawaiian shirts). You've shown that it CAN be done, and done with style without sacrificing the "feminine" look.

    The only DEAD GIVEAWAY for someone who "knows what to look for" is the gun belt. It pooches out in the front where the buckle is, in a manner that NO "designer" belt made for a woman would. Most folks will just think you're wearing a really chunky belt as some sort of punky fashion statement, or some will think you have a "muffin top"...

    But those of us with trained eyes will know (or at least suspect) right away that "this kitten has claws." (and I mean that in the most respectful way possible...)

    BTW, most LEOs probably won't catch the belt thing, because most aren't trained to look for guns from "secondary signifiers" like heavy belts, or even to consider most women as carrying. They generally only get that sort of visual training working with security details, or the Secret Service, or undercover ops...
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    Quote Originally Posted by protias View Post
    Yes, love her videos. Cornedcat.com also has good ideas.

    Quote Originally Posted by HKcarrier View Post
    Thanks for posting... I"m going to show these around.... (to ladies interested in guns ofcourse... lol)
    Of course

    Quote Originally Posted by DrakeZ07 View Post
    I love how slimming those outfits are, and neatly hide the sidearm, I wonder if their from the GAP, or if Abercrombie and Fitch might have such slimming outfits~ <3

    Female clothes fit me better, and it's so hard to find a pair of male jeans to match my form fitting tops~ I love the leather holster, the lil strap one that is, and the leather belt~ Do you think it'd match my revolver, or better suited for the hi-point?
    Most of my clothes are from Ann Taylor Loft, Express or Target.

    Quote Originally Posted by Dreamer View Post
    Great job of clothing choice and holster choice to successfully CC. CC is particularly difficult for women, given the geometry of the female body and the tendancy toward form-fitting clothing (As opposed to mens' clothing which gives us a lot more boxy profile with sports coats and Hawaiian shirts). You've shown that it CAN be done, and done with style without sacrificing the "feminine" look.
    This is exactly why I wanted to do this. Most women think they have to buy bulky, shapeless clothes to be able to carry. It just ain't so!

    The only DEAD GIVEAWAY for someone who "knows what to look for" is the gun belt. It pooches out in the front where the buckle is, in a manner that NO "designer" belt made for a woman would. Most folks will just think you're wearing a really chunky belt as some sort of punky fashion statement, or some will think you have a "muffin top"...

    But those of us with trained eyes will know (or at least suspect) right away that "this kitten has claws." (and I mean that in the most respectful way possible...)

    BTW, most LEOs probably won't catch the belt thing, because most aren't trained to look for guns from "secondary signifiers" like heavy belts, or even to consider most women as carrying. They generally only get that sort of visual training working with security details, or the Secret Service, or undercover ops...
    I agree with you on the belt thing. It's actually my husband's belt, and it's too long for me, so it bulks up a lot. We're going to get one in my size. Eventually.

    I also like to practice "passive aggressive" concealment (though not for these pictures). I have to CC in SC, but if you are 'trained' then yes, you'll be able to guess that I'm carrying, and where. I don't let my weapons print, (because that would be against the law) but I like to be as obvious as I can.

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    Quote Originally Posted by PistolPackingMomma View Post
    Yes, love her videos. Cornedcat.com also has good ideas.
    I get a DNS error when I put that address in...
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    Quote Originally Posted by protias View Post
    I get a DNS error when I put that address in...

    Try this one:

    http://www.corneredcat.com/
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    The first one is awesome. If my girlfriend wore that, I imagine I would have to frequently check the holster, make sure everything is good and tight and not about to full out or soemthing.



    Immaturity aside...

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    These two look like potential problems. The first appears as though it would be fairly easy for the shirt to ride up the holster and gun and get stuck behind it, those exposing. The worst part of this is that because it's in the back, unless you are regularly checking it, you may not realize your gun has become exposed. This can cause serious problems in certain states and areas.

    The second seems transparent. Black gun on a pink shirt under a thin white over shirt. I can see the gun.

    Actually, technically I can see the gun in both photos.

    As for concealing large handguns. IDK how the one you had compares in size to my P99AS, nor have I had the chance to try concealing larger handguns. But my P99 is a good sized gun and I can conceal it pretty comfortably. It feels weird to go without it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jack House View Post
    The first one is awesome. If my girlfriend wore that, I imagine I would have to frequently check the holster, make sure everything is good and tight and not about to full out or soemthing.



    Immaturity aside...


    These two look like potential problems. The first appears as though it would be fairly easy for the shirt to ride up the holster and gun and get stuck behind it, those exposing. The worst part of this is that because it's in the back, unless you are regularly checking it, you may not realize your gun has become exposed. This can cause serious problems in certain states and areas.

    The second seems transparent. Black gun on a pink shirt under a thin white over shirt. I can see the gun.

    Actually, technically I can see the gun in both photos.

    As for concealing large handguns. IDK how the one you had compares in size to my P99AS, nor have I had the chance to try concealing larger handguns. But my P99 is a good sized gun and I can conceal it pretty comfortably. It feels weird to go without it.
    They aren't perfect; but the cami I'm wearing in the first photo is actually pretty tight, so if it rides up, I'd notice. The big thing is making sure the cardigan doesn't get caught on the butt of the gun, but then again, I subconsciously "check" it every couple of minutes to make sure it's hanging loose and free. But yes, it is something you have to be aware of, and it definitely has its flaws.

    As for being transparent; the white cardigan is more for high visibility in the photos; originally I was wearing a black one, but it was difficult to see any details.
    If you look carefully, you can not only see the gun, but my tattoo, and the tag on my shirt

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    As a Texas resident, I always have to conceal. So when I am getting dressed to go out and plan on carrying, I have to consider the likelihood of what I am wearing causing an accidental exposure. I don't know how the local PD would react if they got a MWAG call and that was the case. I also have to think about what I am doing and how that will affect things. For instance I go to the bar fairly often to play pool and have a burger. Maybe a beer. The bar is not a 51% so this is legal. However almost everyone I talk to is horribly misinformed about carry laws. So I am very serious about keeping it concealed while at the bar. I have no desire to attempt to educate the entire town about gun laws and why there is no need to fear a sober man shooting pool at the bar while carrying. I certainly can't afford it.

    Anyway, I've side tracked quite a bit. My point is that the first outfit is something I definitely would not wear. I believe that every time you bend over, the shirt will rise up and expose the gun. I'm not sure if it will rise up high enough over the gun to get stuck behind it, but it will rise enough to expose it. I certainly wouldn't wear it while playing pool.

    The second, I see what you mean. I definitely would not wear that on a windy day. They are such a pain in the ass.

    Your outfits do look great. But when carrying concealed, it is not enough that the gun is hidden while standing up straight. You also have to consider the likelihood of the gun being exposed while bending over or be wind if it is a particularly windy day. It's no fun to walk around holding your over shirt/jacket/whatever to your side the entire time you are outdoors.

    There is always a risk that your gun will be exposed, especially if you plan on having it readily accessible in case of emergency. The best way to choose your concealed carry clothing is to consider the risk of exposure and figure out whether or not the risk is too great. Not every situation is the same. When I helped my friend clear his lot, I open carried, so I didn't care if the clothes I was wearing had a high chance of exposure, because I would only be concealing for a short while. When going to the store, medium risk is acceptable. When going to the bar, as little risk as possible is the only acceptable option.

    You are doing a great job, for the most part your examples look great while maintaining functionality. I just personally find the risk of exposure with that first outfit to be too high for most outings.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dreamer View Post
    Works much better.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jack House View Post
    As a Texas resident, I always have to conceal.
    Same thing here in SC.

    Anyway, I've side tracked quite a bit. My point is that the first outfit is something I definitely would not wear. I believe that every time you bend over, the shirt will rise up and expose the gun. I'm not sure if it will rise up high enough over the gun to get stuck behind it, but it will rise enough to expose it. I certainly wouldn't wear it while playing pool.
    Yeah, it is an issue. When I wear that outfit, I try not to bend over; rather I squat down with my back straight. Ballet training helps If I do have to bend over, I have my hand on my shirt holding it in place and my husband watches to make sure I'm not flashing anything I shouldn't. It's not perfect, by any means, and the issues you raise are valid, but not un-conquerable.

    The second, I see what you mean. I definitely would not wear that on a windy day. They are such a pain in the ass.
    I have worn the long cardigan out on a windy day, and I just wrap it around me and cross my arms, or hold part of the fabric on my strong side and put my hand in my pocket.

    Your outfits do look great. But when carrying concealed, it is not enough that the gun is hidden while standing up straight. You also have to consider the likelihood of the gun being exposed while bending over or be wind if it is a particularly windy day. It's no fun to walk around holding your over shirt/jacket/whatever to your side the entire time you are outdoors.
    Absolutely.

    You are doing a great job, for the most part your examples look great while maintaining functionality. I just personally find the risk of exposure with that first outfit to be too high for most outings.

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    Thanks, and I really do appreciate your thoughts on the matter. It's important to consider all pros and cons, and you've raised some great points. These outfits aren't the one size fits all solution; it's important to find what works best for your body type, what kind of holster/gun combo you're using, and how you can adapt it to work for you.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jack House View Post
    Anyway, I've side tracked quite a bit. My point is that the first outfit is something I definitely would not wear. I believe that every time you bend over, the shirt will rise up and expose the gun. I'm not sure if it will rise up high enough over the gun to get stuck behind it, but it will rise enough to expose it. I certainly wouldn't wear it while playing pool.

    That's not what I've seen on the Internet...

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=skyhCZGl8OA

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vwlJVNn3n1A
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    Hello all....new here. I found this site and thread while looking for holsters for women.

    Being an older woman, I have a "H" body type, big boned and not very 'hippy". So I don't wear "fashionably tight jeans or slacks. Especially those with added "hips". On me they jut out like "wings" or jodphurs . Even as a teen, finding clothes that "fit" was a problem (and this when "Twiggy" was the rage)

    Although this may sound easy for me to carry a holster made for a man's physique, I can and yet can't. Like most women, I am short waisted.

    At present my favorite pistol is a Charter Arms 44 spl. 3" that I bought decades ago. I switched the shorter wooden grips to a pair of Pachmeyers shortly after buying it. My old leather holster was made by my husband but it canted too sharply and didn't flatten against my body very well. So, I am looking at trying to find a suitable outside and/or inside the pants holster. Any tips?

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    Quote Originally Posted by DesertRose View Post
    Hello all....new here. I found this site and thread while looking for holsters for women.

    Being an older woman, I have a "H" body type, big boned and not very 'hippy". So I don't wear "fashionably tight jeans or slacks. Especially those with added "hips". On me they jut out like "wings" or jodphurs . Even as a teen, finding clothes that "fit" was a problem (and this when "Twiggy" was the rage)

    Although this may sound easy for me to carry a holster made for a man's physique, I can and yet can't. Like most women, I am short waisted.

    At present my favorite pistol is a Charter Arms 44 spl. 3" that I bought decades ago. I switched the shorter wooden grips to a pair of Pachmeyers shortly after buying it. My old leather holster was made by my husband but it canted too sharply and didn't flatten against my body very well. So, I am looking at trying to find a suitable outside and/or inside the pants holster. Any tips?
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    Quote Originally Posted by DesertRose View Post
    Hello all....new here. I found this site and thread while looking for holsters for women.

    Being an older woman, I have a "H" body type, big boned and not very 'hippy". So I don't wear "fashionably tight jeans or slacks. Especially those with added "hips". On me they jut out like "wings" or jodphurs . Even as a teen, finding clothes that "fit" was a problem (and this when "Twiggy" was the rage)

    Although this may sound easy for me to carry a holster made for a man's physique, I can and yet can't. Like most women, I am short waisted.

    At present my favorite pistol is a Charter Arms 44 spl. 3" that I bought decades ago. I switched the shorter wooden grips to a pair of Pachmeyers shortly after buying it. My old leather holster was made by my husband but it canted too sharply and didn't flatten against my body very well. So, I am looking at trying to find a suitable outside and/or inside the pants holster. Any tips?
    DesertRose - welcome!

    I'm with you. "H" body type (with an extra bit of padding on the gut!). I like the JBP Sleeping Dog dual-use holster, which I can carry IWB in jeans, with or without a belt, or OWB on a belt.

    I find it easiest to carry it appendix carry IWB when I want to conceal, but since I carry openly most of the time, I can use it OWB. It will even, in a pinch, work IWB but openly, such as when I'm in dress pants.

    Good luck.
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    Quote Originally Posted by DesertRose View Post
    Hello all....new here. I found this site and thread while looking for holsters for women.

    Being an older woman, I have a "H" body type, big boned and not very 'hippy". So I don't wear "fashionably tight jeans or slacks. Especially those with added "hips". On me they jut out like "wings" or jodphurs . Even as a teen, finding clothes that "fit" was a problem (and this when "Twiggy" was the rage)

    Although this may sound easy for me to carry a holster made for a man's physique, I can and yet can't. Like most women, I am short waisted.

    At present my favorite pistol is a Charter Arms 44 spl. 3" that I bought decades ago. I switched the shorter wooden grips to a pair of Pachmeyers shortly after buying it. My old leather holster was made by my husband but it canted too sharply and didn't flatten against my body very well. So, I am looking at trying to find a suitable outside and/or inside the pants holster. Any tips?
    Welcome!

    My top three favorite holster brands are Crossbreed, Tague and Blackhawk. There are many different types available, you just have to find which one best suits your needs. Good luck!

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    Thanks for the welcome Tess and PistolPackingMomma for your holster suggestions and will look into into these.

    PistolPackingMomma, I didn't see the separate Holsters board until after posting here. Then had to go offline. However, from past experience, generally it's men posting in Gun forums and extremely few women. When I saw your thread through a "search", it was one of the reasons that drew me to coming here.

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    Well, I finally got my thigh holster in a few weeks ago, and got around to taking some pictures for y'all. I ordered it from Dove Holsters, it cost about $77 with S/H, and took about 3-5 weeks (IIRC) for them to make and mail it from the time I ordered it. They say on their website it can take a lot longer, but I guess that's part of the whole "under promise and over deliver" thing.



    This holster was made for my Bersa Thunder CC.



    The only thing it lacks is some form of retention; generally it's not an issue, but you definitely don't want to sit on your butt with your knees up. The gun can and will slide out. I've not had any retention problems standing, sitting or walking so far.



    It's pretty dang comfortable for a thigh rig, and semi adjustable.



    I can generally wear this for most of the day before I even begin to feel like taking it off. I can sit and walk without any issues or discomfort while wearing it, and the quality is pretty good.



    Holster in action, sans gun.



    I think positioning is a big part of comfort and concealment; when I wear it in that "sweet" spot, I don't have to worry about it poking through my dress/skirt, and the mag well isn't stabbing me in the other leg.



    I don't have my gun for these pictures only because my husband borrowed it for the day.



    A better view of how it 'functions'. There's a second garter strap on the back of my leg.



    All in all, I'm very satisfied with it. It holds up well, it's comfortable, and it was pretty affordable for a custom made holster. I definitely recommend Dove Holsters.

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    PistolPackingMomma have to wonder why that rig isn't offered with a thumb break. Seems an easy enough solution and then you could turn somersaults w/o risking an oh-oh moment.
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