The Latin-American songstress shares what she takes to the Miami Beach sand.
Amber Furst and Marisa Spyker
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What’s in Her Bag?
With more than 100 million albums sold (her newest, The Standards, was released this fall), Latin-American songstress Gloria Estefan is clearly a mainstay in the music industry. In her hometown of Miami Beach, she's also a regular on the sand, where she savors time relaxing with a glass of her specialty cocktail (Get the recipe!).
"My ideal day would include playing in the surf, then lying on the sand surrounded by people I love." And that includes her dogs, who love the beach. "I make sure they have ice water available and some place with shade that they can sit under."
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High and Dry
"I use a waterproof pouch for my iPhone so that I can jet ski with it," Gloria says.
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Gloria doubles her protection from the hot Miami sun with sunscreen and UV-blocking clothes.
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To spice up her look on the beach, Gloria sports fun hoops.
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Cayenne-colored board shorts provide sporty coverage.
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"This sunscreen goes on creamy and makes your skin more radiant," Gloria says.
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The Vogue creative director's tell-all makes for the perfect page-turner.
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In the Shade
"Hats are important to help you protect your face from the strong Florida sun," Gloria says. "I wear baseball caps while doing any sporty activities like bike riding, jet skiing, or boating."
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A zippered tote with plenty of pockets is ideal for a day at the beach.
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