|Composition:||60% Polyamide 30% Viscose 10% Cotton|
|Suitable For:||Finishing & Separate Garments|
This French Chantilly lace boasts a light yellow floral pattern against the blue background. Lightweight and breathable, it was produced according to high standards of the House of Sophie Hallette. This renowned lace and tulle manufacturer is famous since 1887. The lower part of the lace is embellished with lace appliques to empathize the delicate pattern. The design is lush and mysterious: dainty triads of flowers sit against the intricately woven background. Its scalloped edges are most suitable for hem and neckline decoration. The chic Chantilly lace makes gorgeous skirt and dress overlays and feminine apparel accents.
LAST CUT AVAILABLE: 1.07 M
Chantilly lace is a fine and delicate type of French lace, known for its light weight, exquisite floral patterns and pure femininity. Despite its airiness, this lace is very durable.
Chantilly lace is made on a hexagonal mesh ground, with an ornate floral pattern sometimes outlined in a heavier silky thread. It is usually designed with double scalloped edges. Traditional Chantilly lace is black, but today it can be dyed in any color. White and ivory are among the most popular ones, which explains why the fabric is often used as a bridal lace.
This lace has always been perceived as the sign of luxury and high social status, since the production involved lots of manual work. Iconic French brands still use authentic 19th century looms to deliver the original spirit we love this fabric for. Exquisite and stylish, Chantilly lace is often seen on the world’s most famous catwalks during fashion weeks, transformed into luxurious dresses and gowns.
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