A Hurricane of Memories, and Old San Juan

My heart and my head are both in Puerto Rico tonight, the adopted home of my mother, stepfather and youngest sister. Just as the island began to breathe easy after Hurricane Irma turned north and missed them last week, another catastrophic storm (seemingly growing overnight from a tropical storm to a category-5 hurricane) has set its sights on la isla…
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Don’t cry for me, Argentina…

  Dramatic ruffles and red lips were non-negotiable when I visited the ‘Paris of South America.’ Welcome to Buenos Aires. I have to confess that while I was really looking forward to visiting Argentina, I wasn’t expecting to fall in love. About a year ago, Eric’s cousin shared that he was planning a post-baby vacation with his wife and asked…
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24 Hours in Miami with Vince Camuto

Ever wondered what a day in my life is like? Vince Camuto asked me to show them around my favorite spots in Miami, so I created my ultimate guide for a day in the Magic City.   On a typical day, you can find me shopping for clients or my next outfit post, scouting the latest styles in local showrooms,…
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Bachelorette Weekend in Playacar, Mexico

Now that I’m a married woman, I figured it was time to share details from my bachelorette trip to Mexico.  This time last year I broke the news to my bridal party that we would be celebrating over Labor Day weekend in Playa del Carmen courtesy of Palace Resorts. We booked our flights, confirmed our stay at Playacar Palace, and…
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El Morro, San Juan

Greetings from San Juan, Puerto Rico! If you’ve been following me on instagram this year, you know I was here back in February with my husband. It was my first time visiting the island and there was so much to take in, so I decided to come back and dig a little deeper. Part of my family recently moved to…
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Exploring Miami: A Day in Little Havana

This summer I partnered with Orgullosa and Gillette Venus to take an adventure in my own backyard.  Summertime in Miami is for the locals, and what better time than our “slow season” to explore like a tourist. As an Orgullosa Latina, I thought this would be the perfect opportunity to invite Andrea to join me on a walking tour of historic…
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