I often hear people talking about how they dress around the gun they want to wear or how they pick the gun that suits their wardrobe choice for that particular day. I personally do both depending on my mood and what I am doing. Sometimes, I choose a pistol that I want to carry, then decide on a set of clothing that is appropriate for what I am doing that day. For the most part, I do this in the winter time. Realistically, I mostly roll around in a hoody all year around in Alaska, which sets me up to carry full sized guns with relative ease. But then there are days in the summer where I just cruise around in a t-shirt and jeans. In that case, I will have to choose a pistol that fits my clothing choice.
I think the point I am trying to convey here is that you don't have to change your dress or your lifestyle too much if you choose to carry a gun on you as often as possible. I sometimes pick a gun that suits my style of dress, and then other times I will dress around a pistol if the conditions allow and I feel like it. Basically, I am saying that I prefer to just live my life and bring my carry system along for the ride instead of living around my carry system. The worst thing I can think of is waking up one morning and realizing that you wasted years of your life dressing yourself around this small part of your life.
Do It Rite
Alaska-Based Youtube Vlogger, Retired Marine, gun enthusiast, and passionate firearm and gear evaluator.