Pineapple Pockets

I've been wanting to blog this outfit for a long time but I never had time to get the pictures taken. I finally found the time and here it is! I'm wearing a floral jumpsuit from HK, yellow cardigan, heels from Parisian and my boater hat.

I promised you guys would see the pineapple pockets of this cardigan soon and you will see them in this post if you keep reading :] and just so you know, this post will be a tad bit photo heavy. Thanks for all the lovely pictures, Kyle! :] 

I woke up this morning and felt sick. I had a really bad cough so I decided to sleep in and stay home instead of attending service and doing my family's usual Sunday errands. I ended up reading (what a surprise) and finally finished Mockingjay, the third book of the Hunger Games trilogy. Now that I've finished it all, I'm kinda sad because I really enjoyed this series. It really was a brilliant read and I really had a hard time putting the books down. I even read them during meals. I'll be reading Long Halloween next. Yes, another Batman comic, haha. After that I think I'll read the Lost Hero again, even though I read that after Christmas. No harm in reading books more than once. I'm hoping to get my hands on some new books in the following weeks. Any suggestions on what to read? :]

Accessories: lady bug necklace from HK, Eiffel Tower necklace from Forever 21, bangles and elephant ring from Belle York, fox ring from PLF, black studded bracelet from Target, Tinker Bell watch and key necklace from Kyle :]

Dinosaur earrings from Just G

And here are my cardigan's pineapple pockets! They're not that useful but they're way adorable :]

Hype on lookbook and chictopia :]

"Here it's safe, here it's warm
Here the daisies guard you from every harm
Here your dreams are sweet and tomorrow brings them true
Here is the place where I love you."

- The Hunger Games, Suzanne Collins


  1. oh wow, im definitely faving this look in chictopia!!

  2. Liezyl: Aww, thank you!! :D

    Chiqui: Thank you! :] and thanks for reading! :]

  3. are you getting better now? Pei Pa Koa ( ) is one of the few Chinese natural cough remedies that have been scientifically studied. it's something like herb plus honey, and it's sweet, thick and black in color. If you have a cough, look for it! It used to be one of my favourite natural cough remedies.

    if your cough persists, seek professional help such as traditional Chinese medicine physicians - I have had very good experiences with them.

  4. Wow, I just saw this comment now! haha, thanks for the advice! will follow it next time, and my parents actually have that so that makes things easier :] thanks for reading!! :]