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Old 01-11-2012, 06:44 PM   #1
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What does your wardrobe consist of when you carry?
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Old 01-11-2012, 06:59 PM   #2
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I tried a Speedo once on the beach. It didn't conceal too much.

I wear a long tail shirt during the winter.
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What does your wardrobe consist of when you carry?
Usually jeans/khaki pants, or cargos shorts, and a T-shirt or polo. Nothing too baggy. And I usually carry IWB.

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Spandex it prints well. Really I wear loose clothing.
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I tried a Speedo once on the beach. It didn't conceal too much.
Ha! One of my goals while I live in Florida is to go to the beach in a Speedo with a spray-on tan.
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I dont have to change up my attire(thank goodness) because my clothes fit pretty relaxed anyway. I have noticed white tee's print little more though.
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In the winter its jeans/dickies a size too big (I carry IWB), undershirt, t shirt, flannel, and my Carhart.

In the summer it's jeans (if it's not to hot) or shorts. Again, a size to big. Undershirt, t shirt, and button down plaid straight cut shirt.
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Once I had a freelance photography gig for a NYS Nurses Convention that Hillary Clinton was speaking at. She was running for the NY Senate seat. As you went through the zones and got closer to her, the SS agents got bigger and bigger. The agents I passed outside the anteroom where she was having the meet & greet with the local politicos favored long trench coats.

They were lumpy long trench coats.
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Jeans or khakis with larger than needed, untucked, short sleeved shirt in summer & regular shirt with jacket for cover in winter. We do have those days that are too cool for short-sleeve & too warm for a jacket. That's when I carry my Bersa .380 CC because it does not print even with an untucked, close fitting, long sleeved shirt.
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I have noticed white tee's print little more though.
I agree with this. I've noticed white or lighter colored tee's print a lot easier. I usually just wear jeans or shorts with a tee shirt or polo. I've never really had much of an issue. Our state does have a provision for printing or if the wind would blow your cover up.
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