The word 'mantilla' is originally Spanish. Our mantillas come in white or black. The 'mantilla' (veil) shows its big importance during the Easter Fiests and during the bullfighting afternoons. Sometimes brides choose to wear the white 'mantilla' (veil) instead of the tradicional veil and her bridesmaid wears a black one and a big comb, making this way a very Spanish and typical costume. They are an elegant alternative for the classic wedding veil.
Use for social events and religious.
- Made up of one whole piece without seams.
- The composition is aproximately between 20% nylon and 80% rayon.
- The 'mantilla is confeccioned in 'floche' (intermediate lace, mix of 'chantilly' and blond lace).
- Measurments: 120x250 cm. and 250x300 cm.
White , Black and Ivory.
For the measurements 250 cm x 300 cm, the veils only exists in colour ivory.
We do not admit any return for this article, we only admit exchanges for another model.
The way of fixing a mantilla is very simple. The comb has to be well hold with plenty of hairpins. Then, the mantilla has to be placed 'in pick' on the top of the head, so that the pick reaches the nose. Like this, it has to be hold to the comb with a brooch, and then the pick has to be picked up to the high area of the head with hairpins through the inside of the comb. Finally, the mantilla is hold to one of the shoulders with a pin. Normally, it is used to incline the head to the opposite side, so that the mantilla does not knock over.