Can we first just talk about how beautiful this marble printed holster is? I mean, I have to give it up to Blacksmith Tactical for making my marble dreams come true. This was a custom request for the pattern along with the fabriclip and they nailed it. I've been running this custom marble holster with the fabriclip as part of my every day carry lately. I initially wanted a fabriclip to try with my wardrobe and in hopes to have some alternative options with summer clothing. I've been testing it out in both my Alexo leggings and jeans and I really like the concept of the fabriclip. It doesn't require belt, although you can wear one if you choose, as it just clips securely to clothing.
One of the things I've noticed about using the fabriclip is that it seems to work better when I wear high-waisted pants or ones that are more fitted around my waist. These jeans are not as tight (around my waist) as some of my other jeans so after a few hours on running errands I felt like the top of my firearm was starting to tip forward a bit causing some printing. The husband said he couldn't notice it but I tend to be a little bit more self-conscious when trying out a new holster or carry position. I also wasn't wearing a tank underneath which I think would've worked well. I'm going to try adding a belt with these jeans and this holster to see if it helps.
I'm also really curious to try the fabriclip out secured to the inside of a purse for the option of off-body carry. I don't off-body carry at all now but it's something I'm willing to try and consider so long as I can keep the firearm secure and the trigger guarded. So when I play around with that I'll definitely post about it.