The temperatures here is Savannah are finally dropping (and when I say dropping, I mean the seventies haha), and it is beginning to feel like fall. The colors during this time of year are my favorite and I love the feeling of being cold and then stepping into the sun and feeling the warmth to the bone. It is one of those things that I only really feel during the fall season.
I just began my new job at my favorite store + cafe in Savannah (which I will share more about in another post). It is a local business that is so completely and beautifully decorated, and I am so excited to share more about it on GGS. If you follow me on Insta @carlybrazeal, then you already saw a little peak 🙂
My classes right now can only be stressful in that they are time consuming, because I enjoy the work so much: weaving yarn in Intro to Textiles; and then creating mood boards, making flat drawings and draping fabric in Intro to Fashion. I will have a long winter break coming up in a little over a month, and I will document everything I did this quarter on GGS. I love seeing what other people create, as well as seeing their process books. It is like a glimpse inside their creative process, looking at one another’s sketchbook to their final project. It is so interesting to me that my peers and I will have the same project guidelines, yet no finished project is the same.
Oh, and I cannot leave today without mentioning upcoming beauty posts! I am hoping to have some ready before the quarter is over, with updated everyday skincare and makeup routines, and all of the above coming from a point of self-love and wellness. I have also talked about my shift to a plant-based diet (okay, I am vegan now as much as I wanted to stay away from strict labels). While I feel so much better physically, I also cannot complain about the changes in my skin….
That is all for now! I will leave you guys with an image I love as of late. The black dress would definitely work for fall here is Savannah. I also love the minimal to no makeup of the Rouje model, and her natural hair.
Always remember how beautiful you are just being you….without makeup, without a flat iron; just you, in all of your own uniqueness.
Thank you so much for reading,