The Turian camisk, on the other hand, if it were to be laid out on the floor, would appear somewhat like an inverted “T” in which the bar of the “T” would be beveled on each side. It is fastened with a single cord. The cord binds the girl at three points, behind the neck, behind the back, and in front at the waist. The garment itself, as might be supposed, fastens behind the girls neck, passes before her, fastens between her legs, and is then lifted and, folding the two sides of the “T’s” bar about her hips, ties in front. The Turian camisk, unlike the common camisk, will cover the girl’s brand; on the other hand, unlike the common camisk, it leaves the back uncovered and can be tied, and is, snugly, the better to disclose the girl’s beauty.”
Nomads of Gor, page 90
Aphris is a work camisk, but all work and no play sure isn’t any fun, is it? Why not titillate the Masters that you know are going to be watching while you work. After all, that qualifies as fun!
Yes, the camisk serves its purpose but it also decorates your body with each sheer strip of material, with each tie of the knot.
Speaking of the knot, did you think about how much fun that rope could be? Hmmm?
Aphris includes the camisk, panties, rope and rope knot, Earrings, Bracelet and both Omega and Slink Appliers making it compatible with a wide range of mesh bits and bodies.
Prim parts are mod/copy.
Clothing layers are Copy Only