A Little Tweed Jacket for Concealed Carry

This jacket gives me all the feelings of Chanel but without the hefty price tag. Maybe one day but for now I’m totally okay with this lookalike piece. It’s definitely a very versatile jacket. Gabrielle had the right idea when creating her iconic little black jacket. It pairs so well with jeans, black pants, or over a dress. But for me, I’m sticking with jeans. The length of this jacket along with the heavier tweed material and fringe detail help hide any added bulge and also help to distract the eye from any printing. I’m also wearing one of my go-to tank tops underneath since my t-shirt was more lightweight and it’s still cold out. It adds an extra layer to keep me warm and if you don’t like the feel of kydex against your skin, then it also helps with that.

— Concealed Carry Tip —

While I’m wearing a tank top behind my gun, you can opt to wear it over your firearm and holster to help reduce printing should you need. The use of a tank top over your firearm helps to smooth out any of the lines of the firearm so your top lays smoothly and doesn’t settle into the lines. You can read more about using a tank top to carry concealed here.

— Concealed Carry Details —

Self-Defense Tool: Heckler & Koch VP9SK | Holster: Blacksmith Tactical Micro Rig (use code StyleMe10 for 10% off) | Belt: Rag and Bone

— Outfit Details

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Jacket: Halogen via Nordstrom | Shirt: Madewell | Tank: Commando | Jeans: Current/Elliott {no longer available} | Shoes: Saint Laurent {no longer available} | Bag: Chanel | Necklace: The Limited {no longer available} | Belt: Rag and Bone | Lipstick: Bite Beauty in Sour Cherry

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