He left the country of mantillas and oranges without regret.
Very beautiful shawls and mantillas were manufactured by them.
All went there, as to church, dressed in black, and with mantillas.
"It's too late in the season for mantillas," remarked Ida, profoundly.
An elegant addition to a lady's toilet has been recently brought out, which recalls the mantillas worn by the Maltese ladies.
Women, some with mantillas, others with but a simple kerchief knotted about their heads, were going to mass.
Fans were waved, rebozas and mantillas fluttered, and greetings called.
Among the most striking and beautiful articles in the way of Mantillas, is the Talma, represented in the following engraving.
At high tide of summer Spanish mantillas, Spanish fans, would not be out of place in the open air.
As they neared the table, she turned to him and said in good United States, “O, here are the mantillas we are looking for.”