Sunday, August 1, 2010

A secret for so long it hurts

Hi all!

Wow, it's almost been 3 months since my last post! I've been so consumed by uni work and felt like I've lost the blogging mojo, but here I am, back again.

Now, am I the only one who isn't caught in the wave of Inception-is-the-best-movie-ever virus that's plagued 99.9% of my friends? Sure the concept is interesting and the plot kept me tensed for the majority of the movie, but I do not understand why many make it out to be a complete mindf*ck? Don't get me wrong, it's a good movie, just not one of the best, in my opinion at least. Perhaps my expectations were too high after hearing so many raves about it. Toy Story 3 on the other hand... ♥

Spring, Spring oh wherefore art thou? I'm so sick of looking like balloon with 10 layers of clothing. The weather's finally warming up, please let it stay that way! I received this dress the other day, I really like it - it reminds me of the Lover Disciple Dress which I regret not getting when it was still in stores, and so when I saw this dress (and its price) I knew I had to have it!

ASOS pleat dress
Forever 21 sequin bow cardigan
ASOS heart seam stockings

Oh oh, I will be getting my paws on a DSLR soon so here's hoping that the picture quality will improve!:)


missklicious said...

Cute stockings!

C'est moi, Cecilia ♥ said...

aw babe you look so cute with the dress! and thanks :) hope u had an awesome start to the week


Immashoesaddict said...

ANNNNNNNNNNNNIEEE WELCOME BACK ! i demand you find me on fb LOL since you went POOF thingking where the hell did she go ?

Love the new purchases btw

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