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Khaki and Red

Susana Fernandez | A Key to the Armoire

Susana Fernandez | A Key to the Armoire

I’m back to my regular posts from South Florida, and this one features a combination I love: khaki and red. It also features another favorite for me: a shirtdress. Shirtdresses are so comfortable, yet you throw one on and always look put together. What do you think?

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Royal Spots

Susana Fernandez | A Key to the Armoire

Susana Fernandez | A Key to the Armoire

Unlike in London, the Solemn Change of the Guard of the Royal Palace in Madrid only takes place once a month. It’s a really beautiful event that takes about two hours, which is why they only do it once a month. The entire personal guard for the royal family is on display, and there’s even a short concert at the end (you can see the video below). It happens in the courtyard of the Royal Palace, right across from the Cathedral of La Almudena, and they set up bleachers for people to see it. Unfortunately, the patio is not covered, and I got seriously burned afterwards! Either way, it was very interesting because an announcer explains every step. As you can see, the suits are very, very pretty too, and they haven’t changed since the Royal Guard was created in the 15th century!

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