Just because Winter is behind us doesn’t mean we have to let go of all the layers we’ve come to rely upon to help make this concealed carry lifestyle easier. The bonus with Spring is that there is still that coolness in the air so while we can ditch the heavy and thick layers, we can trade those in for light layers in lighter and more breathable fabrics.
In my Spring edition of this Concealed Carry Style Guide, I’m sharing ten looks for shifting to Spring. Whether you are headed to the office, Sunday brunch, date night, or running some errands I’ve got a fun mix of it all. I’m sharing my styling and carry tips to keep you looking cute while carrying concealed this season.
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Below I’m breaking the deets of what I’m wearing and what I’m carrying. You’ll find links to exact clothing items, if they are still available. I try to shop my closet as much as possible and only add a few new pieces each season to keep things fresh. So some of the items are no longer available. I’m also including similar budget-friendly items so you can recreate these looks for less. You can find those in the slider below each look.
— CONCEALED CARRY TIP —
Keep in mind that with any change of outfit or addition of a clothing style (to include layers) that you aren’t used to wearing that you practice dry drawing. This holds true if you change up your carry position or holster. You want to take time to practice dry drawing which is drawing your unloaded & cleared gun from your carry position in the outfit you are wearing. Get as many reps as you need in order to feel confident and comfortable that you’ll be able to efficiently draw your weapon should you need. A garment will never clear the same way twice. If you run into any obstacles drawing, evaluate what they are and see if there is an adjustment to be made. So long as you can access your firearm that is comfortable for you, then that’s what matters. In addition to dry drawing, also get some live fire practice in with your outfits at the range.
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