The Big Easy, NOLA

New Orleans! The Big Easy! A lovely time of year to stroll the French Quarter…

There is so much activity going on in this vibrant city day or night. Jackson Square is the center of the quarter, and has tons of fun people watching. You want to start your day at Cafe du Monde, for a little Beignet and some great coffee. Enjoy a beautiful view of the St. Louis Cathedral.

Jackson Square, New Orleans

Bourbon Street with its Jazz is a must – coming out of every window and doorway, you’ll hear the tunes of the old Southern Jazz. It’s like having your own soundtrack while you walk down the street!

Lively Bourbon Street

Royal Street is another fabulous street of antique shops, galleries and boutiques! While you’re in the French Quarter, be sure to head to the National WWII Museum, it’s one of the best in the United States.

The National WWII Museum

Take a Streetcar up Canal Street to the Garden District and stroll around. Be sure to stop at Commander’s Palace, one of the Brennan Family’s best restaurants known for their incredible bowls of gumbo.

Commander’s Palace

Finally, it’s really a treat to take a relaxing paddleboat or riverboat cruise down the Mississippi River for an afternoon.

Riverboat Cruise

So whether you’re strolling the French Quarter or the Garden District of New Orleans, or you’re in West Palm Beach and you’re strolling down Clematis Street, remember, it’s all about style.

Get the New Orleans look! Email bonnie@bonnieroseman.com.

Always remember my Three Golden Rules to Dress By:

1. Build Your Wardrobe with classic pieces.
2. Liven Your Wardrobe with fun novelty items.
3. Tweak Your Wardrobe with touches of color.

Feel good, and look even better!

-Bonnie

Falling in Love with Fall Approaching in Nantucket

Nantucket…The Grey Lady! September is the most beautiful month of the year here. On island, the temperature is still mild, and the leaves are just starting to turn to their beautiful hues of gold, red and bronze.

There are so many wonderful activities happening in the arts and entertainment. The Artist Association of Nantucket holds their Annual 10 x 10 Show, where all island residents are welcome to participate. I’m so excited – I’m doing six pieces for the show!

One of my 10×10 submissions – living each day to the fullest!

Coming up the first week of October is the Nantucket Shorts Festival. I’m in the midst of directing a film short that will be making its debut there this fall – stay tuned! More buzzing about that later!

My film will center around my magical journey of my silicone scarves!

Although Nantucket is known for it’s boating, biking and hiking, it’s also known for it’s second oldest library in the United States, the Nantucket Atheneum. They provide free programming from morning until night, with a rotating schedule of the most fabulous guest speakers.

Nantucket Atheneum

So whether you’re strolling down Main Street on Nantucket, or you’re walking through CityPlace in West Palm Beach, remember, it’s all about style. Coming into the fall season, it’s time to change up your wardrobe.

Neutral tones of Autumn – email bonnie@bonnieroseman.com for your appointment.

Always remember my Three Golden Rules to Dress By:

1. Build Your Wardrobe with classic pieces.
2. Liven Your Wardrobe with fun novelty items.
3. Tweak Your Wardrobe with touches of color.

Feel good, and look even better!

-Bonnie

 

Sun or Snow, Sun Valley, Idaho is the Place to Go!

Sun Valley, Idaho! It is one of the most beautiful and famous mountain resorts in the United States.

The town of Ketchum is sophisticated with it’s first class galleries and beautiful boutiques and restaurants. Take a stroll downtown to grab a bite, learn some history, and soak up the scenery.

Dowtown Ketchum, Idaho

The hiking and biking and fly-fishing attract the sportsman types from all over the world to visit Sun Valley. There’s something for everyone to do in the great outdoors here in Idaho.

Sun Valley Area in Winter

They have the Sun Valley Symphony in the summer season, featuring world-class musicians. The ice-skating shows in Sun Valley are Olympic quality, with people from all over the state and the country coming to watch the athleticism on the ice.

Sun Valley Summer on Ice

Catch the Wood River Farmer’s Market on Tuesdays, from 2 o’clock until 6 pm. There are so many local items available, from cheeses and meats to art and crafts.

Wood River Farmers Market

So whether you’re in Sun Valley Idaho for ski season or you’re strolling through the town of Ketchum, or you’re in West Palm Beach walking through CityPlace, remember, it’s all about style.

Shop the Sun Valley Collection from Bonnie Roseman’s BLT – head to bonnieroseman.com or email bonnie@bonnieroseman.com.

Always remember my Three Golden Rules to Dress By:

1. Build Your Wardrobe with classic pieces.
2. Liven Your Wardrobe with fun novelty items.
3. Tweak Your Wardrobe with touches of color.

Feel good, and look even better!

-Bonnie

The Southwest, Style in Santa Fe

Santa Fe, New Mexico – the Land of Enchantment! You’ll find beautiful hiking here, as well as fabulous shopping and restaurants!

The galleries line not only the downtown Plaza area, but Canyon Road is quite famous with its numerous galleries lining the streets.

Canyon Road, Santa Fe, New Mexico

The Santa Fe Farmers Market, which takes place every Saturday morning throughout the year, is one of the best Farmers Markets in the United States. You can find it down by the railroad tracks, filled with a variety of fresh produce and all kinds of handmade craft goods.

Santa Fe Farmers Market

In Santa Fe they’re celebrating the 97th year of the Santa Fe Indian Market! It attracts an International crowd and has exquisite objects of art from the American Indians.

Santa Fe Indian Market

During the last week of August, enjoy the Santa Fe Chamber Music Festival! There are events throughout the city, but mainly at the Santa Fe Opera, a fabulous venue all by itself.

Santa Fe Opera House

So whether you’re strolling up and down Canyon Road as you explore the art gallery scene, or you’re down in West Palm Beach taking a walk down Clematis Street, remember, it’s all about style.

To view the Santa Fe Collection, email bonnie@bonnieroseman.com.

Always remember my Three Golden Rules to Dress By:

1. Build Your Wardrobe with classic pieces.
2. Liven Your Wardrobe with fun novelty items.
3. Tweak Your Wardrobe with touches of color.

Feel good, and look even better!

-Bonnie

Bonnie’s Spin on The Berkshires

The Berkshire Mountains, in the Western part of Massachusetts, is a wonderful place in the summertime, and incredible for the fall foliage.

You can ride your bikes, go on hiking trails, river rafting and more, but the big attraction is really the farm to table foods at all the incredible restaurants. Enjoy the best of both worlds by taking a bike ride followed by a bite to eat downtown!

The Berkshires in the Fall

Head to Tanglewood if you want to see the Boston Pops Orchestra! You can also check out Herman Melville’s Arrowhead Museum in Pittsfield, the Norman Rockwell Museum, The Crane Museum of Paper Making,  and many other cultural as well as historical sites to suit your interests.

Norman Rockwell Museum

Jacob’s Pillow is an incredible company of dance programs, and the Williamstown Theatre Festival can’t be beat! In addition to dance and theater, Williams College has an amazing museum of art.

Williamstown Theatre

For a fun outdoor family activity, catch Flicks Under the Stars in Williamstown on Sundays all through July and August. Also, the Clark Center Walking Tour is happening weekly through September on their campus, and you can register here.

Clark Center and Reflecting Pools

There are some wonderful Farmer’s Markets. The North Adams is one of the best, providing fresh locally produced food to the whole community.  The 44th Adams Agricultural Fair is one of the best area events open to the public.

Farmer’s Market in the Berkshires

Don’t miss the Milham Planetarium! A fun outing for the entire family, this educational experience is free on Tuesday and Thursday evenings through August.

Catch a Planetarium Show

So whether you’re in the Berkshire Mountains, or you’re down in Palm Beach County, remember, it’s all about style.

Let’s put together a travel wardrobe for your next trip.

Always remember my Three Golden Rules to Dress By:

1. Build Your Wardrobe with classic pieces.
2. Liven Your Wardrobe with fun novelty items.
3. Tweak Your Wardrobe with touches of color.

Feel good, and look even better!

-Bonnie