Texas CHL (Concealed Handgun License) has been renamed to Texas LTC (License to Carry)
Carry a concealed firearm (and other personal protection tools, isn't easy, and isn't always comfortable. Truthfully, you don't want it to be too comfortable since you might forget that you do have a firearm on you. Depending on how you are dressed, it will dictate the type of carry, and maybe even the firearm that you can carry.
Remember, you might have to adjust how your dress to carry.
A few important pieces of information to remember when deciding on how to concealment carry:
The only real difference between men and women carry is how we dress
Common CHL Concealment Options for Women in order of recommendation:
Don’t forget your Everyday Carry Items!
A few other things to consider
You should be able to move easily in the clothing that you choose along with the concealment features that you may need to “hide” your CHL Concealment Pistol and any other weapons that you are carrying to help defend yourself against a potential attacker.
Balance concealment and the easy of access of your personal protection items and your CHL - CCW concealed pistol. On-person carry is better than off-person, and the closer to your hands, the better. In other words, ankle carry is better than noting, but the likelihood of you getting to a firearm on your ankle when you need it, is unlikely.
Shoes are very important; your shoes need to be well fitting, comfortable, and you should be able to move quickly in them.