HKVP9SK Concealed Carry

I've been sticking with my high-waisted jeans as of late for carrying because I'm finding it a lot more comfortable. As I mentioned in a previous post about how a tank top underneath your shirt is a great option for helping to minimize printing, it's also a great option on those breezier days. One thing you might not realize in the pre-carry life is how wind gusts can lead to printing and depending on the type of top you wear, one strong wind gust could expose your firearm. I've noticed this when wearing peplum style tops that are lose around the waist. While I love them for carrying, I've found I need to be more cognizant when wearing them. On non-carry days, I've a had a few wind gusts that have blown my shirt up and when I've been walking down a flight of stairs, I've noticed the hem start to move away from body. Adding a tank underneath has been a great way to leave me feeling at ease in case I end with a Marilyn Monroe moment with my top.

I also just go this new Blacksmith Tactical micro-rig holster in blood red for my VP9SK. I love the color and the concealment claw is a nice touch. I decided to go with a concealment claw for my HKVP9SK since the grip is bigger than my Glock 43 and I wanted to make sure the grip stayed as close to the body as possible. It's been a great addition to my holster collection.  

:: Concealed Carry Details ::

Gun: Heckler & Koch VP9SK | Holster: Blacksmith Tactical | Belt: Rag and Bone

:: Outfit Details ::

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Sweater: Treasure & Bond via Nordstrom | Lipstick: Tarte Tarteist Matte Lip Paint in 'Cheerleader'