Traci Kabran Rodriguez owner
“I am so grateful to have known at a VERY young age ‘what I was going to be when I grew up.’ At the young age of 10, I would have my friends over and would allow, yes I said allow, my friends to shop my closet.”
For as long as I can remember I always knew exactly what I wanted to do. I grew up watching and idolizing my father, who was an entrepreneur himself. My father was an extremely hard worker and earned everything he had. He instilled in me the idea that if you want it, you must do it yourself and go after it. I am grateful to say at a very young age, I knew that my dream was to own a women’s boutique. I was going to achieve this no matter what hurtles I had to jump over.I worked many retail jobs as a kid, learning from each one. In high school, I was voted “best dressed,” and I always took pride in and expressed my love for fashion. In high school, we were assigned to write about what we wanted to do when we grew up, and I wrote about owning and operating my own boutique.
Today this essay hangs on the wall in my very own store as a reminder to myself and everyone else that dreams really do come true when you believe in yourself, put your passion first, and blaze your own path. With great pride and hard work, Sultre was born in 2005. I want to thank every single person who has and continues to shop at Sultre. Thank you for allowing me to do what I love every single day. Hope you enjoy Sultre on the beautiful Park Avenue in Winter Park, Florida.