A lot of the opinions and advise given here is based on personal preference. Height, weight, holster type, etc. But we all have different dimensions and different preferences. I'm 6'00" and 150 lbs. The same carry method that I used to employ when I weighed 170 doesn't work now. I have to adjust.
Now I know some people say you should adjust your wardrobe around your EDC, and I agree in most part. But I'm not willing to go from jeans and a polo shirt to "Miami Vice" looking garments just to make my weapon not "print". When I go to the mall (I hate that place so that only happens about once a year), Wally World, or a restaurant, I can spot the potential carriers a mile away based on their ridiculous looking attire. Nothing speaks "Firearm!" like some dude with pasty white skin wearing a tropical print shirt that's 2 sizes too big for him.
My point in all of this is...., yes you may need to adjust your wardrobe a bit. But that doesn't mean that you may not have to adjust your weapon choice as well. Their will be some here who may say "I'll never adjust my weapon, only my wardrobe". To them I say.."Fine, carry an AK-47 and wear a Burka". Don't tell me you don't adjust to the climate or your wardrobe! Sure you do.
Find a comprimise in weapons and wardrobe that you are comfortable with and won't leave at home. That combination is the most consistent and effective.