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!





Annapolis, Md. – The Chesapeake Bay Has it All

Annapolis, Maryland – such a great place to be – especially in the summer, because of its beauty! It’s especially enjoyable being right on the Chesapeake Bay.

In addition to the town itself being one of the most historic towns in the country, it’s very well preserved with good shops and restaurants.

Downtown Annapolis, Maryland

There are many outdoor activities to do near Maryland’s capital city, such as boating, kayaking, water paddling, and swimming. There are plenty of things to do to keep you and the family cooled down!

Annapolis, Maryland

During summertime in Annapolis, there are more festivals than you can imagine. In August, the Rotary Club does the Annual Crab Fest, featuring some of the best fresh crab you’ll ever taste! Over 2,500 people end up coming to eat 345 bushels of crab meat.

Annual Crab Fest, Maryland

Every Sunday starting August 5th through November, experience the First Sunday Arts Fest, where over 100 local and regional artists display their works in the Arts District of downtown.

First Sunday Arts Festival

The Maryland Renaissance Festival is the second largest in the country, and not to be missed! It’s in its 41st season, and will be held in Revel Grove. It starts at the end of August and goes through September. There are over 130 craft shops and 42 food outlets.

Maryland Renaissance Festival

So whether you’re in Annapolis Maryland and you’re checking out the Naval Academy, taking a swim in the Chesapeake Bay, or chowing down on some fresh crab, or you’re down in Palm Beach County enjoying the sizzling, hot summer, remember, it’s all about style!

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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!


Marvelous May in Palm Beach County

May is marvelous in Palm Beach County!

Every Thursday and on May 3rd, there will  be live jazz with Bassa Groove over at Downtown at the Gardens’ Dirty Martini from 8 PM to 11 PM. Wonderful entertainment and great dancing!

Downtown at the Gardens

At Harbourside on May 12th, Saturday night from 6 PM to 9:30 PM Legends is putting on a special event honoring Connie Francis. I’ll be buzzing around and looking forward to meeting all of you that night! It should be a blast.

The Legend Connie Francis

Mother’s Day weekend is here, and for fun, Loggerhead Park is going to actually have an event they’re calling Ladies, Let’s Go Fishing, and Surf Fishing. They will be showing mothers and daughters all kinds of fun fishing tips.

Ladies, let’s go fishing!

There are a lot of things happening at the Mounts Botanical Garden, or you can just go kayaking on the Loxahatchee River, and of course you can relax at the beach.

Mounts Botanical Garden in full bloom

There will be beautiful brunch at The Colony Hotel for Mother’s Day. Jill and Rich are going to be performing at the Pelican Cafe! I don’t know whether there’s any reservation still available – you’ll have to call over to the wonderful Pelican Cafe to see if you can get in to see the Switzer Trio. Whatever you do moms, have a wonderful Mother’s Day!

Jill and Rich Switzer

I always like to support young talented artists of Palm Beach County! The Harlem Quartet will be performing at the Rosarian Academy on 807 North Flagler Drive. For additional information, call 561-379-6773 – that’s on Monday May the 7th.

Harlem Quartet

Also, the Dreyfoos School of the Arts is having a lot of wonderful events. Their Senior Dance Concert is May 5th at the Brandt Black Box. They also have Theater Senior Showcase on May 5th at the Brandt Black Box and a Chorus Concert on May 11th at the Meyer Hall. For additional information, call the Dreyfoos School the Arts at 561-802-6000.

Dreyfoos School of Performing Arts

So whether you are strolling through Mounts Botanical Gardens or you’re going to a wonderful jazz concert, remember, it’s all about style.  With the summer coming up and a lot of travel plans happening, I can show you how to pack more effectively and put your wardrobe together more efficiently – schedule your appointment today! Email

Email to see the latest BLT Collection.

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!


Feb = Fun in Sun

February continues to be fun fun fun in the sun!

Love is in the air this week and we have a wonderful concert coming to the Kravis Center on Saturday night the 17th, George Benson!

George Benson

Don’t let the fact that the Norton Museum is under going major construction deter you – there is a free exhibit – Gertrude Vanderbilt Whitney Sculptures, a wonderful show!

Gertrude Vanderbilt Whitney
(American, 1875-1942)
Model for Washington Heights and Inwood Memorial, 1921–22

Put it in your calendar to go downtown to Lake Worth to see on February 24th and 25th the Street Painting Festival! It starts at 10 am each day – what a fun experience!

Street Painting Festival in Lake Worth, , FL

Another amazing discovery is the Historical Society of Palm Beach County. The Society maintains and operates the Richard and Pat Johnson Palm Beach County History Museum, and currently they have an exhibition featuring Shipwrecks! It’s housed in the Johnson History Museum in West Palm Beach. Visit their website at for additional information.

Shipwrecks on display in West Palm Beach

You won’t want to miss the art exhibit at the Society of the Four Arts in Palm Beach. It’s called, Isabelle de Borchgrave: Fashioning Art from Paper. Absolutely exquisite! See it yourself – the show will be on display through April 15th.  Check their website at for additional information.

Paper Fashion

A fun event for a night out is Fareplay, on Sunday night at the Funky Biscuit. It’s an organization to preserve the digital rights of songwriters and performers. Make sure you make your reservations now – G.E. Smith and his all star band will be performing for this wonderful cause.

Performers and songwriters of the Funky Biscuit

Hundreds of artists are exhibiting at ArtiGras this weekend, February 16th through the 18th up in Jupiter, Florida. It’s a wonderful street fair, with all kinds of entertainment and food. One of my favorite soulful singers, Popeye will be on the main stage on Saturday afternoon starting at 3:30 PM! Check the paper for all the other additional information. It’s sure to be a wonderful event!

Explore ArtiGras in Jupiter, FL

Another fun thing to do is on the 24th of February, but you have to make your reservations now! It’s a tiny little spot in West Palm Beach called Voltaire, and they’re featuring a swinging jazz vocalist, Deb Silver. Make your reservations now – visit for further information.

Deb Silver

So whether you’re going to a street festival, an art museum, or a musical concert, remember, it’s all about style! If you have any questions regarding putting your wardrobe together, contact me at

Bright colors for the sunny days ahead! Schedule now – email

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’s Birthday Buzz

Everyone is buzzing around Palm Beach County during this busy week, and it’s my birthday week so I’ll be buzzing around too!

There is so much going on in the art scene. On the 11th of January, it’s the opening night of the Palm Beach Modern Contemporary Show. That will be under the tent off of Okeechobee Boulevard. There will also be an art opening of Art Palm Beach, that will be at the Convention Center, and opens on January 17th. Mark them in your calendar! Both are not to be missed!

Modern + Contemporary Show

A huge night at the Kravis Center is coming up this week – Night of Stars, a Broadway celebration at the Dreyfoos Hall. It starts at 7 o’clock on January 12th. Visit for any information regarding tickets. The show will include stars like Angela Lansbury, Brian Stokes Mitchell, and Chita Rivera to name a few. I’ll be there too – I can’t wait to see you all!

Chita Rivera coming by B-L-T to see the latest wearables and accessories. She is a longtime client of mine!

The Assouline Book Store at the Royal Poinciana Plaza has something special happening this weekend – it will be taking place from January 12th through the 16th of January. On display at the book store will be iconic photographs of some very famous women from the James Danziger Gallery from New York. It will be an exceptional show, featuring about 30 pieces.

Great photographs, fantastic books at this new shop

My movie pick of the week is All the Money in the World with Christopher Plummer playing J. Paul Getty. It’s received excellent reviews and awards at the Golden Globes.

In theaters now in Palm Beach, FL

My Charity Pick of the Week is an event that will be sponsored by the Palm Beach County Food Bank. For more information you can contact them at .They are having a big event called Empty Bowls, on Friday, February 2nd. Set aside the date – it’s a luncheon to benefit the support of hungry children in our community.

Volunteers at Empty Bowls

Whether you’re strolling casually down Antique Row in West Palm Beach, or celebrating someone’s special birthday, remember, it’s all about style.

Make your appointment today – email

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!