Glaring at the criminal on the screen from a Crime Patrol series through my strained mentation regarding my new blog updation, I snatch my laptop to unravel my pictorial travelogue. Instinctively mocking myself with the phrase repeating “New Broom Sweeps Clean”…”New Broom Sweeps Clean”. This phrase is agreeable to various circumstances concerning me. Exactly like a new broom I was faithful working on my blog exhaustively while tardily getting connected to greater commitments. I come across a set of pictures with me in my Chantilly knee length frock clicked at PragMahal palace district capital city of Bhuj. My visit to Bhuj wasn’t planned. As usual we were having our family chats at our porch with our primary listeners being our Golden Retrievers. Having plenty of time we decided on this trip to Bhuj as mom loves her camera. Its an hours drive from our place. Before any drive it’s my responsibility to check all the tyres. This place is unpredictable due to the country roads with its thorny hassles. Women in my family are well trained to manually change the tyres the reason being on certain occasions it’s the only women who drive to unknown interiors with no souls on the lonely roads. Later on brotherly sentiments gifted me with the latest wheel removable kit. Visualizing the ramshackle conditions of the old palace I dressed up in this beautiful Victorian vintage Chantilly knee length frock from the 1980’s,the ivory color complimented well with the lime plastered worn out interior walls. The history of Chantilly lace goes back to the 1500’s. In the earlier days Chantilly was created in small bands of 10 to 12 cm wide.Later down the centuries during the reign Louis Phillippe created large exclusive pieces.In the past it was the material of the Royals. He gifted an art form to numerous kinds of Chantilly in different materials and designs to the world especially to get a royal feel to all the ladies out there on their wedding day. So from where are you shopping your Chantilly ?? Hey girls wouldn’t you dream of getting dressed in an elegant vintage Chantilly gown.
Dress: Mumma’s collection