Mantilla refers to the veil Draped over head and shoulders which originated in Spain. Mantilla refers to a light scarf, often made from black lace, worn over the head and shoulders, e specially by Spanish women. It is a very traditional headpiece/veil style. Usually a lace bordered, one-tier veiling that is "laid" across the head. Mantillas are available in any length, but most are at least Waltz length

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