As women, we already have a great choice among the type of sleeves available for every outfit! My first outfit which had the flounce sleeves as a fashion statement was during my college days. The tamer version, known as the bell sleeves, was considered an exaggerated design in those days. The led to many giggles behind my back from those unaware of fashion trends and those who simply found it funny! As someone who unapologetically wore her ‘fashion on her sleeve’ (pun unintended), I’ve known to walk gracefully around people who tend to poke fun or pull you down. 🙂 Here I am with a flounce sleeve dress which is comfortable, trendy and includes a little bit of sass! 

How I styled the Flounce Sleeve Dress

The design is a bold fashion statement in itself, I decided to keep it simple as always. I’m honestly not the fashion blogger who wants a clutter of things shouting out for attention from the looks I create. I’d always let one element stand strong and mute the rest of it. So, I opted for tassel earrings with light jewellery and a clutch. I felt like wearing my stilettos because they just make me want to dance the day (and night) away!

So, here I was flaunting the flounce on a Sunday. We decided to head over to The Pallet, one of Bangalore’s Whitefield brewery that is soon turning out to be a magnet for all things exciting! You are struck with awe the moment you step in. The Pallet, a Microbrewery is a hub for the creme-de-la-creme. The Pallet brews some of the finest crafted beers and is a name that is soon turning out to be the swankiest destination in Whitefield. The interiors are exquisite complete with wooden frames used artistically to create a visual masterpiece.

What is a delight is the fact that there is a Goan connection! Goa being my hometown, I was pleasantly surprised to know the menu is handpicked by none other than the culinary Guru and Executive Chef – Kanishka Kamat. There’s also the expert guidance of Head Chef, Anuj Rawat. Mr. Kamat, a celebrity, is known the world over for his culinary experiences that creates a wonderful experience for people who have exquisite taste. Head brewer Derek Oxford has ensured The Pallet offers the best variety of brews that are crafted right here.

Highlights of The Pallet – Brewhouse and Kitchen, Bangalore

Music, music, and music. Although we arrived early for our afternoon brunch, I loved the DJ belting out some great tracks that were not limited to only the latest music. As I grooved to the pulsating beats, it reminded me how much I missed this type of a place – great ambience, great food, and great music!

I loved the private seating area complete with comfortable sofas that oozed style. You can watch TV here and sip a drink, all in the comfort and privacy of your own room. This is great for conversations over food with your family members, corporate team members or for those who simply seek some private space away from the crowd and extra-special attention from their staff.

What to Order?

  • Try their bitter-sweet drink, Oak with caramel-toffee notes.
  • Amazing salads
  • Pasta (white sauce) – my favorite
  • Thai Curry
  • Red Wine Curry with Grilled Vegetables

If you are looking for a quick bite, do check out their burger section.

Check out their website and Facebook page to stay updated about all the events, DJ nights, Happy hours, Ladies night and more! I’d say this is one of Bangalore’s snazziest brewery and those around Whitefield have loads to celebrate at this hottest destination! 

Photographer: Shounak Kelkar

Location: The Pallet, Whitefield, Bangalore

Dress: Jealous 21

Accessories: Westside, Bangalore

Footwear: Soles, Bangalore

Drinks: With High Spirits!




Author: Kashmira Lad

Indian Fashion Blogger with a Focus on Women Empowerment and Mental Health.  

One Reply to “Flaunting the Flounce at The Pallet, Bangalore”

  1. Adan says: May 29, 2019 at 8:30 am

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