Spring Fashion: Hiking Top of the POPs

I sometimes felt like I was back in the 1970s this weekend, with some Abba and Grease nostalgia, but I knew I was definitely in 2017 today, as I’ve been checking out the Stella McCartney website. I was inspired by yesterday’s fashion at Pippa Middleton’s wedding.

Royal Conspiracy or Parody; Don’t Know, Between You and Me!

It worryingly included our parody comedy arch-vampire of the tennis world, Roger Federer, mentioned for the first time in a long while on this site last week, who seems a very nice man in reality!?; but no arch-werewolf Rafa Nadal. Is it a sign of a David Icke-style world run by lizards conspiracy? Or my parody of conspiracy theories? I don’t know; maybe a little between the two, greenYgrey style!

I’m including it as comedy, although a little bit of me does wonder about the whos and whys of the guests. I also wonder if Meghan Markle is a part of the Multicultural Fascism trend I’ve seen over the last twenty years. I’m not saying that she’s not worthy of Harry, just that it’s a coincidence that she’s mixed race, after William married a ‘commoner’.

I don’t think the relationships were totally arranged, but the princes could have been pointed in those directions, with a choice of women from them, as a way to preserve a modernised royal family, after it seemed on its way out in the 1990s.

It could also be their personalities as far as I know, perhaps most influenced by Diana, with Harry always very rebellious. The princes have both done great jobs in their roles, and seem nice chaps, and can do no more than that. I wish them all well.

Princess Lottie Lotta Wisdom

While Princess Kate is undoubtedly great, and also first in line to our queen, Kate Moss, our newest princess, KM’s half-sister, Lottie, spoke a lotta (reminding me of 60s AAW Cilla…and then Lulu and Twiggy… followed by Diana Rigg!)…

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… wisdom this week, when she said she’s not totally happy with her body, and we should love our imperfections.

Writing on a Thin greenYgrey Line
(referencing Terrence Malick’s epic reality and horrors of war narrated through a soldier’s thoughts, juxtaposed with inspirational beautiful nature, The Thin Red Line)

Some people may think I’m promoting the opposite with my AAW (Adult Angelic Waifs) emphasis, but I was seeing a lot of such women bullied, and today I saw a story about a girl who committed suicide because of similar bullying (for her looks and being accused of being into witchcraft for liking Harry Potter!).

I support them from a personal level because they are my favourite female shape; but also because they are often the most victimised and vulnerable; either from bigger stronger women, or because bigger stronger women have turned men against all women.

I don’t believe women who are waifish are necessarily angelic either, and don’t think anybody is totally. I’m just trying to empower them, while suggesting they behave as angelically as possible, such as respecting others as much as possible, while not needing to accommodate others to be liked, such as when being groomed.

Stella McCartney Fashion

Stella McCartney is my favourite fashionista, mostly because of her animal welfare work, continuing a family tradition; the Linda McCartney foods website now has a nice greenYgrey look, and the POPolution is still going strong on Stella’s fashion website. Stella was of course the main inspiration for the greenYgrey’s fashionista suprema, Stella Lagerwolf-Bruno, and one of the stars of epic werewolves satirical parody wordplay comedy XaW Files: Beyond Humanity.

I must say, I’m more interested in veggie sausages, mozzarella burgers and cheese/leek plaits than clothes really, but was particularly impressed by Stellasport’s spring hiking range, which included images of POP (PinkyOrangePurple) gear in retro greenygrey and modern high (relating to photo) fashion greenYgrey:

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I hope you can afford some Stella fashion, but if not, it doesn’t really matter. It’s nice to have clothes you think reflect your personality, but it’s more important to have a personality you think reflects your mind.

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