Bonnie’s Buzzing About Our Nation’s Capitol: Washington DC

Happy Birthday to the United States of America! Fellow patriots, these are the must-see spectacles for the Fourth of July and midsummer in Washington D.C.

Line up on Constitution Avenue for the National Independence Day Parade! Watch as military men and women, drum corps, fancy floats and more parade through the streets. A Capitol Fourth is a free concert on the lawn of the Capitol Building, and of course, there are many spots to get a great look at the fireworks with the backdrop of our National Monuments.
 
DC Fireworks
See the spectacular fireworks in Washington DC
You know I’m a fan of festivals, and DC has a few that look just spectacular!From June 7th through the 16th, enjoy the DC Jazz Festival! National and local artists alike will be giving performances all over the city, including at jazz clubs and local hotspots. See the event list and get your tickets here.  By The People is a citywide arts festival from June 15th through the 23rd is taking over the DC Arts District and includes performances, art and more.
 
Jazz Festival
Don’t miss the Washington DC Jazz Festival!
Washington DC has a vibrant arts and culture scene to explore, which is why you’ll want to wander through the Arts District. Special events, musical performances and more abound in the many cultural centers sprinkled throughout the district. One hotspot you won’t want to miss is the National Portrait Gallery at the Smithsonian Museum. See portraits of popular figures from presidents to pop icons.
 
National Portrait Gallery, Washington DC
No matter where you’re traveling this summer, remember, it’s all about style! Let’s take a look at your wardrobe and make sure it fits your look and lifestyle.
 
Don’t delay, schedule your stylist appointment today: 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 Buzzing About Boston

Beautiful Boston, one of our country’s most historic cities! It’s the perfect time of year to enjoy the sea breeze in this fabulous modern metropolis and all it has to offer in the summer month of June.
 

Enjoy a Father’s Day Brunch Cruise on June 16th down the Charles River! There will be mimosas, beers, and an assortment of pastries. If you want more ways to enjoy the outdoors, the Rose Garden Party on June 18th benefits public parks and city programs. Party in the garden and enjoy the spring flowers for a great cause.
Cruise the River
If you love Nature and music, Tanglewood is the event for you. In season from June 15th until August 25th, see the Boston Symphony Orchestra live on a gorgeous outdoor stage in the Berkshire Hills. A beautiful event for an evening out! Also, don’t miss the phenomenal Williamstown Theatre Festival, beginning on June 25th until August 18th. They put on classic plays as well as new ones, and have an assortment of classes, workshops and educational programs for all ages.
 
Live music at Tanglewood Outdoors
Don’t miss Tanglewood in the Berkshire Hills
 
If you’re feeling adventurous, consider discovering Gloucester, home of the city-wide party, St. Peter’s Fiesta! It takes place from June 26th to June 30th, featuring parades, icons, and a celebration of fishing culture. Remember, The Museum of Fine Arts in Boston is a great place to see amazing works of art and escape the summer heat.
 
Museum of Fine Art
Museum of Fine Art, Boston
No matter what your destination is this summer, remember, it’s all about style! Schedule with me and I’ll help you put together the perfect travel wardrobe.
 
The Boston Collection, from Bonnie Roseman’s BLT.  Visit www.bonnieroseman.com  to schedule your showing.
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

Exploring Nature in Palm Beach County

This time of year, it’s such a wonderful opportunity to take advantage of all the natural beauty of Palm Beach County.

It’s not too crowded this time of year, and it’s much nicer than having to drive to the Everglades and navigate through the swamps. It’s easy to explore the Nature in our own backyard!  

Green Cay Nature Center

These wonderful places in Palm Beach County have a multitude of recreational activities to enjoy. Places with boardwalks are great, because they are handicap accessible, and you can use the boardwalk to explore all the natural beauty of the swamp lands. There are trails to hike, and wonderful opportunities for bird-watching. You can see the most incredible flowers in bloom, wildlife, and plant life.

Jupiter Inlet Lighthouse

Here are a few of my other favorite nature spots:

The Jupiter Inlet Lighthouse has tours, and has beautiful landscaping and natural plant life. Many of the other locations listed above allow you to get up close and personal to the scrubs, the rare plants, the birdwatching, the marshes, and more. 

MacArthur Beach

This is the perfect time of year to explore the natural beauty around us. Many of these recreational activities are free! Just remember – whether you’re exploring Nature on a beautiful boardwalk, or hiking to a winery, it’s all about style.

Schedule to see the latest from the Bonnie Roseman BLT Collection.

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    

Marvelous Mid May in Palm Beach County

This week, it’s all about Nature! This May in Palm Beach County, everything is in bloom, the grass is green, and the flowers are fragrant.

I suggest you make time to visit Singer Island, and walk along the beaches there. You can visit the Flagler Museum, and walk along the Intercoastal Waterway, as you enjoy the ocean views. You can walk or ride along the bike trail, and enjoy the beautiful homes and greenery along the way.

Henry M. Flagler Museum

Just a reminder, we’re in turtle season! There are lots of turtles nesting on the beaches, so be careful! You can always visit more animals at the Palm Beach Zoo, where they are always offering new animal experiences.

Experience wildlife at the Palm Beach Zoo

It’s also a great time of year to take a stroll on Worth Avenue. Take a walk through all the little vias, and enjoy the architecture of the classic buildings. Remember, every Friday the Norton Museum hosts Art After Dark. It’s a marvelous place to enjoy nature, have a cocktail, and their sculpture garden.

Norton’s Art After Dark

Now that many residents have already gone North, it’s a great time to see everything Palm Beach County has to offer, without the crowds. Whether you’re strolling down Worth Avenue for some shopping, or taking pictures of turtles on the beach, remember, it’s all about style!

Let’s make sure your wardrobe is working for you. Remember, I now have clothing for women and men!

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        

Movin’ into May in Palm Beach County

May is moving right along in Palm Beach County!  

Don’t miss the Cultural Council of Palm Beach’s Modern Love show – it will be up through the 18th, and it’s free!

Don’t miss Modern Love

On May 16th at the Kravis Center is Kinky Boots. It’s going to be such a fun show! Get your tickets online at kravis.org. In Delray on May 29th, The Lunafest Film Festival at Old School Square will be going on. It’s a wonderful festival, and I always go – I will probably see you there!

Lunafest 2019

This coming Thursday, and the third Thursday of every month, there will be a free Art Walk and concert with local bands at the Arts Garage in Delray. What a wonderful way to spend an evening, and, it’s free! On Monday, May 27th around 11 AM, go to the Wick Theatre in Boca Raton and take a look at their costume museum! They are hosting an exhibition called Those Were The Days, that pays homage to all the Broadway Shows of the 50s and 60s. As a fashion designer, I always find their museum to be fascinating.

See the fabulous Broadway costumes from the 50s and 60s

On May 27th, Palm Beach Jerk & Carribbean Culture Fest will be taking place at the South Florida Fairgrounds. Also, don’t miss Yvette Norwood Tiger at the Arts Garage on May 25th.

Yvette Norwood Tiger at Arts Garage

Whether you’re a woman traveling across the country to a summer conference, or a gentleman ready to spruce up your wardrobe, remember, it’s all about style! 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