My Modern Kajira Outfit [Fashion + Submission]

Good Morning Friends!

It’s the start of the week, and I love Mondays because they remind me of promise, goals, and hope. Today I want to share with you how I, as a curvy Little and submissive, have begun to modernize what I wear for the Captain to show him my submission. When I began in the lifestyle years ago, I thought I needed to wear onesies galore. I stockpiled onesies from my favorite Cg/l shops like they were going out of style. Now, don’t get me wrong! Onesies are incredibly comfortable and cute. For a while I enjoyed them along with my knee high socks. (If you have wider calves like I do, I highly recommend sock it to me knee high socks on Amazon. They are cute, creative, and made to stretch! I love their rainbow unicorn pair 🙂 ).

Now, if you’ve been following my blog for a while, then you know that I am not only an adult little, but I also identify with consensual slavery as well. Lately, Daddy and I have been exploring the Gorean lifestyle together, but y’all… I had a major bone to pick with this amazing subculture: the kajira outfit (or camisk) is NOT fat people friendly! I know, a small gripe perhaps, but when you think about it, if you’re supposed to be wearing it on a daily basis then it better be comfortable and cover all the necessary parts, right?

When I first learned about the Gorean lifestyle years ago, I was instantly intrigued. In fact, I was so intrigued that I bought a kajira outfit online just to see how it would feel on my skin. I remember the day the package arrived. I waited for Daddy to get home, tore open the plastic, pulled out the silky, thin material and…. stared. “How do I put– where should it– wait… where’s the front of it?!” I stammered hard, turning it around and around in my hands. It looked like a pile of cloth (and not a lot of it too!). The Captain chuckled helping me drape it around and over my skin.

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I stood there in front of the full length mirror in absolute horror. “Um….” I said, glaring at my body. My boobs were hanging out. My hips were bulging out on the sides, and I kept tugging at the cloth over my princess parts, because one strong breeze and it was game over. Now, in the Gorean subculture kajirae wear the color associated with their level of experience as a slave. The first level is grey, followed by yellow, and then red. So, not only was I wearing the wrong color, but the pile of strings was not going to work in my day to day life. “I look like I got in a fight with a ball of ribbon and lost!” I yelped and into the bottom of the closet it went, never to see the light of day again.

Fast forward to these recent weeks.

I wanted to push forward with our M/s journey and thankfully, the Captain felt the same. But this time I wanted to wear a more “modernized” kajira outfit. This girl isn’t able to walk around wearing a piece of fabric over my lady bits! I can’t slink across my hardwood floors with my bum hanging out. That might work at a nudist resort or a convention, but I’m a mama bear and a slave who lives on a farm. I needed something a bit, (okay, a lot!) more conservative, yet still representative of the lifestyle.

It was time to shop!

I decided that I would choose grey dresses to honor my level of experience (or lack thereof) while picking designs that were light and airy. Here are the three dresses I purchased recently, and I couldn’t be happier. They cover my skin, make me feel silent and still, and allow me to be functional in my day to day responsibilities.

Dress I. Simple Billow Style

I chose this dress because it’s light and oversized to keep me cool on warm, summer days. I also love that I can throw a cute jacket over it to elevate the look. It’s a great way to be discreetly in slave attire while out and about.

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Dress II. The Tank Top Dress 

This dress is perfect for allowing me to get housework done and to work outside in the garden without fabric getting in the way. It’s comfortable but also keeps me covered in all of the right places.

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Dress III. The Empire Waist Line 

As a pear-shaped body, having an empire waist line accentuates my form in all of the right places. This A-line style casual dress doesn’t need anything to elevate it. I can pop it on and feel adorable inside.

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What do you enjoy wearing for your dominant? 🙂 Comment and let me know! I’d love to hear from you. ❤

Alright my friends, that’s it from me for this post. I hope you all enjoyed it. If you did, hit that like button and let me know. Smash that follow button if you’re new around here, and I will see you back here for the next topic!

Much love,

~Kitten xx

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