Welcome to the forum.
First, I'd like to point out a website called The Cornered Cat
. It's authored by a woman and deals with firearms (and some other things) from a woman's perspective. There are several articles there devoted to holsters.
Here's a question for you that everyone man or woman has to answer when it comes to concealed carry. Are you going to choose the gun and then "dress around it" or are you going to choose a gun that fits in with the way you dress? And as a followup, if you have the budget, will you have more than one carry gun?
Personally, I chose the gun first. I didn't like carrying inside the waistband (IWB) so I started wearing untucked, button-down shirts to cover my OWB holster and gun. Now, I'm a big, middle-aged guy, I live in Florida, and I work in a place that allows for casual dress. So these things all work for me
I only point this out to illustrate the process of finding the solution that takes into account not just the gun, but your own prioritied, build and circumstances.
I asked the followup question above because many people want to carry different guns based on varying circumstances. Some people have a "cold weather gun" and a "hot weather gun" based on conditions where they live. Others have a gun that's full size or compact for most days, but a subcompact or pocket gun for days when they'll dress in such a way that a full-size gun won't work.
Some who choose two guns get two versions of the same basic gun. For example, a Glock 19 and a Glock 26. Same caliber, similar fit in hand, same controls, etc. The larger gun is also more fun for long range sessions.
Hopefully some more ladies will be along to share personal experience with carrying that we men just don't have.