Cell Phone Holsters As Men's Style Accessories Male Fashion Tips Cell phone Accessory Style Hi! I'm Carl Centeno, the founder of this style blog. Today, I'm going to be talking about cell phone holsters and menswear. If you haven't already, please comment to my my blog. By doing that, these posts will come right to you. In addition, if you like this, if you find it useful, I would appreciate it if you would like this post down below.
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Carl, what's your take on cell phone holsters? Thanks. Dwight. All right. Well, he was very to the point and apparently, Dwight does not like cell phone holsters, so be careful, you cell phone holsters our there. Do not get close to Dwight. He may go postal on you. I was kidding, Dwight, by the way, but it's a good question and it's something that we see all the time. My answer to this is I really didn’t have an opinion on it. I know I have an opinion on a lot of things, as my wife will tell me, but when it comes to cell phone holsters, I really didn’t give a lot of thought. I guess for me coming from the military and actually as a former officer, we actually always carried a holstered weapon whenever you're in certain situations, mostly out in the field exercises or in combat or when they send us off to vacation in those nice, hot desert areas. I always looked at it as it's functional because I liked having a holster. It was a lot easier.
A lot of guys, the high speed, low drag guys would always get the holster right there on the leg. I went with the one they issued us, which was fine just right here, but in any case, a holster is there so that you have easy access to your tool, whatever it may be. So if you're on your cell phone a lot and you find that it's just hard to get to some other pockets and you're using a holster and it's working for you, by all means, use it. It's functional. I'm a big fan of function. It comes before style because at the end of the day, you need to be able to do your job, but is it something that you could get away with not using? So think about it. If you have a holster for a phone that really doesn’t need you're just using the holster, well, I'm going to talk about reasons why if you're using a holster for these reasons, you should reconsider and perhaps just get rid of it. 1. If you have to answer your phone, and this is a quick draw holster, if you feel that you've got to just reach down there and grab it, I would say maybe look at other options because it's really not important that you get that and answer that phone right after the first ring. You can wait until the second ring of your cell phone before you get to it. So if you're a quick draw holster guy, you might want to try to get over that, and if you can't get over it, you may need to seek help. 2.
If you're doing it because you really like the look, if it makes you feel more important that you've got this big holster and maybe you've also got the big western belt buckle that you never actually rode a bull but you're still going to wear that anyway, if you're wearing it because of looks, then you might want to get rid of it. And so, I would advise you, no. Really, again, maybe seeking help and just getting off of that mentality and jumping in to your huge 4×4 with huge tires and the big grill on the front, which is funny because I have a big 4×4 truck with a grill on the front. I don't have huge tires on it, but it's a pretty big truck. I always get stares. It's a Texas grill. Come on. If you are in Texas, you understand what I'm talking about. You go to another state and they don't have grills on their vehicles. I hit a deer with this one time and it saved my truck. Okay, back to cell phone holsters. 3.
If you received it as a gift, then you don't have to wear it all the time just because you received it as a gift. It's kind of like that sweater that you get around the holidays. You only want to wear that sweater when you're going to be around the person that presented it to you because you're that much of a gentleman. Okay, guys, those are the only three reasons I could think of that you would want to get rid of it. Again, it comes down to function. If that holster's working for you, if it's functional, then wear it. But if you're just wearing it because you've always done it and if your cell phone has migrated to the type that is very slim, it fits right into a pocket, I would look at getting rid of it. I mean, anytime you can get rid of something that really doesn't add value, it's a good thing to do. Okay. This has been Carl Centeno with this style blog. I'll see you in the next post. Bye-bye.