This is the first time I used this polish. It's Revlon's Nail Enamel in Minted. I love a nice minty green shade, even though I think that they should be reserved for spring or summer at the majority of times. It's alright, I still love it nevertheless!
Friday, 29 October 2010
Thursday, 28 October 2010
Across the Universe is the story of Jude and Lucy (yes, from the Beatles reference Hey Jude and Lucy in the Sky with Diamonds). Set amidst the Vietnam War, this movie has a substantial amount of 70's references and Beatles songs to make anyone want to watch it. This is my favorite movie of ALL TIME and I suggest everyone to watch soon!
(All images via We Heart It)
Thursday, 21 October 2010
Did you all read my post from yesterday? If not, it was basically an explanation of my blogging absence. In short, I guess my main reason would be a mix of stress, homework, and just plain not knowing on what to write about .
Yesterday, I wore a very fun and colorful skirt made out of a sort of light, cotton material. I love the pattern even though it is a tad bit childish (but we'll get to all that later). Amazingly enough, I've had this skirt since third grade! Yes! You didn't just read that wrong! The picture below is third grade me (with my cousin, fittingly eating Krispy Kreme Doughnuts) and current me, wearing the skirt in both images. Not that you all don't believe me. I just wanted to show you how cut of a child I was (:
I wore these coral colored Juicy Couture flats that I bought at Lane Crawford (on sale!) when I went to Hong Kong Last summer. I love the ribbon detailing, and since it was a wet day, my flats got a little bit muddy...
Alas, the skirt itself. I love this skirt so much. I even recall the day that I begged my mom to buy it for me at the Children's Place. It's a children's size 8. Believe me, I am by far not that size (not even close!) so I do believe that the elastic band has stretched to fit my size today. Any how, it still fits wonderfully, and the colors are still as vibrant as the day I bought it!
Bought this cheap looking pearl bracelet at a booth some lower school girls set up. They were selling handmade jewelery that they had personally made and the profits went to some charity (forgot which). Anyways, since my skirt was from when I was young, I decided to wear these pearls, since my mom said they looked like the ones I had in a dress-up set when I was little. Nail polish is OPI's Suzi Says Da!, a nice chocolate brown shade.
Enjoy your weekend!
Wednesday, 20 October 2010
I guess this blog post is aimed towards the lot of people bwho have been pinning me to write a new blog post. I'm not going to make some ridiculous excuse, the real reason is a mixture of school work and blogger's block... most days that I sit myself down to blog, I really have no clue what to write about.
Hopefully most of you have many other wonderful blogs to read, but I think that I will be taking a break from blogging for a while. But don't abandon Pretty Little Things! I will definitely find time to blog sometime!
For those of you who have followed me for a long time, thank you guys (: It means it a lot to me, and I'm sorry that I haven't been writing anything AT ALL.
School is my top priority, so sorry for the lack of posts. Hope to talk to you all soon!
P.S. How are you all liking the new header??
(Credits: We Heart It )