When I posted first photos of the lace thigh holster, I showed it worn on the outside of the leg. The vendor site showed it worn inside the thigh. Which is correct?
The answer is both. If you are slim enough that your thighs do not touch as you walk, you can get away with wearing the holster inside. The pistol fits very snugly and the entire rig is very well concealed.
In normal use, this would be covered by a skirt or a dress. Depending on the size of the pistol and personal comfort, the holster can be worn as shown or higher for shorter reach and greater concealment. The down side to higher placement is having to hitch up the hemline higher to draw, and the proximity of the grip to the pelvis. You have to leave sufficient room for the grip and your hand around it.
The other concern is covering your own limbs with the muzzle while drawing. You trade the degree of concealment for slightly slower presentation.
The other option is wearing it on the outside like a drop leg holster. Easier to draw, less concern about covering parts of your own body, no issues with chafing, but far less concealment. Patterned dresses that camouflage any printing would be a good idea with outside carry using a lace thigh holster.