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Chantilly lace fabric is a delicate ornamental lace with a fine honeycomb-shaped ground, outlined pattern, and abundant detail. Not a single fashion season since 2010 has passed without dresses finished with this luxurious lace imbued with romantic mood. Woven out of natural silk, it is traditionally dyed in black, yet the leading French lace brands give it a very versatile colourways these days.

Chantilly lace is mostly about pattern delicacy and complexity, as its timeless motifs are usually elaborately woven flowers, leaves, baskets, vases and roses. In 2018, it is commonly used for bridal gowns, veils, undergarments and lingerie.

Chantilly Lace #1
Chantilly Lace
SKU: 00058694
US$ 147
This scalloped Chantilly lace features an exquisite floral pattern in ice green. Lightweight and sheer, it is produced in France by the House of Sophie Hallette.
Chantilly Lace #1
Chantilly Lace
SKU: 00053522
US$ 127
This Chantilly lace in lead grey features a flower bouquet pattern which becomes larger towards the bottom. Mostly made of cotton, it is soft and lightweight, but still durable.
Chantilly Lace #1
Chantilly Lace
SKU: 00058703
US$ 147
This scalloped Chantilly lace features an exquisite floral pattern in pine green. Lightweight and sheer, it is produced in France by the House of Sophie Hallette.
Chantilly Lace #1
Chantilly Lace
SKU: 00067162
US$ 201
This dark grey Chantilly lace fabric features an elegant floral pattern, completed with luxurious scallops on both sides. With a fair amount of natural fibers, it is pleasantly soft.
Chantilly Lace #1
Chantilly Lace
SKU: 00067163
US$ 201
This blue Chantilly lace fabric features an elegant floral pattern, completed with luxurious scallops on both sides. With a fair amount of natural fibers, it is pleasantly soft.
Chantilly Lace #1
Chantilly Lace
SKU: 00048139
US$ 128
This blue Chantilly lace fabric features a riveting floral pattern. Tiny blooms are joined with fine threads to create the effect of a single running ornament.