It was during her honeymoon trip to Machu Piccu that she discovered pieces of inspiration that would turn her into a business owner. “I found these beautiful bracelets with indigenous fabric beads, and I took them home and I redid them,” she said, mixing in onyx stones for protection, and gave them out as gifts. The demand grew and she launched Espiritutara in 2011. Now with her little one, Max Aero, in tow, she’s a working mom who knows how to balance both a good look and a hectic life.
THE BREAKFAST SPOT “We go to the Wynwood jugofresh location a lot. The acai bowl has a lot of energy and greens, and it has great chocolate crumbles in it.” jugofresh, 222 NE 26th St., Miami, 786-472-2552, jugofresh.com
THE JEWELRY “Every piece is kind of like a landmark of the journey, something I’m thinking about. Everything is spiritually charged based on what I’m working on.” $345 sandalwood and handmade brass dreamcatcher necklace, espiritutara.com.
THE SHOES “I’m addicted to shoes from Margiela. I’m always in sneakers during the day since I’m walking to work downtown, going to Pilates with my trainer Karen Schachter, or chasing after a very active baby. I have a lot of Margiela black, androgynous, edgy shoes.” $895, Maison Margiela, 3930 NE Second Ave. #101, Design District, 786-718-1931, maisonmargiela.com
THE SCENT “I love the tobacco scent — it’s musky, and I love unisex scents. This perfume reminds me of a tobacco factory in the Dominican Republic. And when on, it just has this bohemian bive that reminds me of hte beach in Tulum, Mexico.” $62 Coqui Coqui Tabaco, The Griffin, 3112 Commodore Plaza, Coconut Grove, 786-631-3522, facebook.com/shopthegriffin.