It's so traditional. You can always tell a Chantilly lace by its delicate background and intricate detail.
Named after the town in France where its still made, the patterns originating in the 18th century are to this day, believe it or not, still time-honored and manufactured. My favorite of all laces, Chantilly is fragile and romantic. It can be used as an allover lace or touches of it here and there on bodices, skirts and sleeves.
Add to that Chantilly has always been synonymous with the finest in bridal wear from wedding dresses to veils and accessories.