How to Dress for Concealed Carry – Photos & Tips!
The Struggle is Real! Dressing for concealed carry is a daily challenge for all of us.
We all know how frustrating it can be to find comfortable & fashionable concealed carry outfits that look great and conceal our firearms. That changes now!
The Well Armed Woman is launching our new “How to Dress for Conceal Carry – Photos & Tips”. It will showcase real women who carry in real outfits. Here we will show you the holsters, guns and the clothing that works for women all over the country. Think of it as a fashion show where women can find ideas for great outfits for everyday concealed carry!
There will be multiple categories of clothing styles worn by women of every shape and size! In addition, brand, cost, sizing, and comments and tips on their clothing choices will also be included. There has never been a resource like this before. Everything you need including tips, in one place.
Please be a part of this amazing resource that will help and inspire so many women. Submit your photos by filling out the form below and let’s get started!
I invite you to be a part of this amazing resource that will help and inspire so many women. You can submit your photos by filling out the form below. Let’s get started!
In order for your picture to be featured the TWAW How to Dress for Conceal Carry – Photos & Tips, here are the requirements and guidelines:
Please fill out as many entry fields as possible
- Take photos with an unloaded firearm
- Submit high-quality and clear photos
- Take full body photos (from the neck down if you prefer not to reveal your face)
- No selfies or photos taken of your self in a mirror (use a timer or ask a friend)
- Make sure there is bright light and a simple non-cluttered background
- Only one person per photo
Submit TWO separate photos in JPG or PNG form
- First photo: Wearing your holster with the unloaded firearm with it successfully concealed under your clothing
- Second photo: Wearing your holster with the unloaded firearm revealed to show its placement