Bonnie’s Buzzing About Santa Fe, New Mexico

Sunny, beautiful, Santa Fe! It’s often voted one of the best cities in the US for weather, so it’s a great place to visit any time of the year.

Enjoy the programs put on by the Santa Fe School of Cooking, where you can take cooking classes, and cultural cuisine tours. Combine your love of cooking and history for the Half Day Santa Fe Food and History Walking Tour!

Take a bite out of Santa Fe

Canyon Road is famed for its’ art, and there’s even a walking tour to guide you to all the best artisan hotspots. For something a little more immersive, check out Meow Wolf, “House of Eternal Return,” the permanent interactive walk-through art installation created by a collaborative of young artists. It’s a must-see!

Walk Through art exhibition
A walk-through art experience

Culturally, there is just so much to explore in this Southwestern City. Don’t miss the International Museum of Folk Art, where you can learn all about the indigenous cultures of the Southwest, and others around the world.  Listen to the sweet sounds of the Santa Fe Opera under the stars – their Opera house is one of a kind!

Santa Fe Opera House
Santa Fe Opera House

So whether you’re strolling down Canyon Road, or attending a gala event at an art exhibition, 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!

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

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!


The Land of Enchantment: Santa Fe New Mexico

This week it’s all about the Land of Enchantment, Santa Fe, New Mexico!

The first thing you want to do when you get to this beautiful city is to go to the Plaza. You can sign up for walking tours along the Historic Railroad District, and Canyon Road where there are dozens of galleries lining the streets.

Santa Fe Railroad District

My favorite gallery on Canyon Road is New Concepts Gallery. There are always fabulous new pieces from contemporary artists – stop by and see for yourself!

Gallery owner Ann Hosfeld and Bonnie

After that, you’ll want to take a ride up to the ski basin to Ten Thousand Waves. It’s a beautiful area with views of downtown Santa Fe. You can get a massage, and even relax in a hot tub in the middle of the forest. Just magical!

View from Ten Thousand Waves

In a town of beautiful adobe buildings, there’s the famous Santa Fe Farmer’s Market! It’s one of the largest farmer’s markets in the United States with over 150 vendors and hundreds of different agricultural products. Not to be missed!

Santa Fe Farmer’s Market

The art scene in Santa Fe is unbeatable in the summer months. Visit the International Folk Art Market, the largest in the world with 160 artists from 53 countries. There’s also the Santa Fe Indian Market, which takes place the third week of August in the downtown Plaza with over 1,000 of the best Native American artists.

International Folk Art Market – Santa Fe, New Mexico

One of my favorite galleries outside of Santa Fe in a little town called Glorieta is Gallery Zipp, in a 200-year-old farmhouse. A husband and wife team, Bunny Tobias and Charles Greeley, will share their art, along with a beautiful collection of other local artists.

Bunny and Bonnie

When it comes to the music scene, the Santa Fe Opera is happening through August 26th. It’s their 61st season, with five different operas, in one of the most beautiful settings I’ve ever seen. Get your tickets online at

Santa Fe Opera House

There’s also the Chamber Music Festival, from July 16th to August 21st. There are over 40 different concerts this season! Check the online schedule here.

Chamber Music Festival

A special favorite of mine is Doug Montgomery at Vanessie Santa Fe. It’s a little restaurant piano bar and Doug sings and plays. A wonderful way to spend an evening, and a delicious one too!

Doug adding to the atmosphere.

Whether you’re in the high desert this summer wearing those fringe leather jackets, cashmere sweaters and denim work shirts, or you’re in steamy Florida wearing those lightweight cottons and linens, remember that it’s all about style!

I’ve put together a special Santa Fe Collection this week, featuring lightweight sweaters for desert nights, light jackets for daytime, and delicious silicon scarves to add a pop of personality to any look.

Shop the Bonnie Roseman Santa Fe Collection now at

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!


LBD with a Southwestern Spark

Happening this month, it’s March Madness! Receive up to 50% off select jewelry, clothing and art for the rest of March when you visit the BLT Boutique. Bonnie is excited to celebrate 30 years of fashionable presence in Palm Beach, and you’re invited!

This beautiful black permanently pleated dress is so popular this season at Bonnie Roseman’s BLT Boutique, dresses are flying out the door! Flattering for every body type, the permanent pleating means no more ironing – this dress is ready to travel with you and keep its shape for your next adventure. Try it on today by visiting 323 Worth Ave Palm Beach.

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Southwest Style in Santa Fe

Every year, designer and wardrobe architect Bonnie Roseman returns to Santa Fe with her collections of wearable art, sports & travel wear, and hand crafted accessories from her Palm Beach Boutique, BLT. Schedule a private showing with Bonnie during her stay in Santa Fe, beginning August 26th, to view her latest treasures. Here are some photos from her most recent adventure in Santa Fe…

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