What I Wore: Shirt (Old Navy), Cami (Forever 21), Necklace and Bracelets (Popbasic), Hat (Vintage; Similar Here), Pants (59th Street; Similar Here), Shoes (Old Navy)
It's a metaphorical ship. Let's make that clear right away. I can count the number of times this land-locked girl's been on a boat on one hand.
Still, it has been wet, and foggy-and now even snowy- around these parts. Which just evokes certain things- the smell of camp fire smoke gone out, the feel of wool blankets, the taste of tea, and how utterly easy slouchy outfits like this one are. Days like this are when the longing-filled music of the 60's folk revival scene get played. That's where the post's title comes from.
I rarely use song lyrics (this might be the only other case) but the words of one song inevitably draw me in: There is a ship / It sails the seas / It's loaded deep, as deep cam be / But not so deep as the love I'm in / I know not if I sink of swim.
I end up humming it at random points through out the day, lazily stirring tea perhaps or waving good bye, but always there, at the back of my mind, letting me dream, perhaps even of summer.