Chocolate Fashion: Amazing Dresses Made of Chocolate

Chocolate tastes great, it makes us feel happy, goes well with any child. We have seen chocolate as drinks, bars and much more but did you see dresses made out of chocolate?

These edible creations are made by a combination of designers, chocolateries and pastry chefs. You have to admit whoever did this is a complete genius; it combines the two things that women love – high end fashion and chocolate.

You could see these chocolate dresses at fashion shows but not in the streets because the problem for using these material for making dresses is that – it will melt! You can actually eat these dresses made out of chocolate and they taste good. The chocolate fashion show is not only about chocolate dresses, other chocolate products such as chocolate bikini, chocolate shoes, handbags, etc were also displaced.

Here are some pictures of dresses made of chocolate. Take a look and let me know which of these styles are mouthwatering? And which are ugly?


German model Alena Gerber poses wearing a dress made of chocolate designed by German bakery group Lambertz.

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 A model poses wearing a solid chocolate dress designed by German bakery group Lambertz.

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Violinist Linzi Stoppard wears a chocolate dress made from 1,000 luxury Lindt chocolate balls.

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A chocolate jacket for the men.

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A model wears a chocolate dress with the ‘I love Lamberz’ in white chocolate.

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A model poses in a dress covered in Lambertz confectioneries.

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A chocolate dress designed by Diana Kane.

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German model Alena Gerber poses in a dress covered in Lambertz confectioneries.

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Louise Claridge, with one of the chocolate shoes made by Clifton Cakes.

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A model wears a top hat and basque made of chocolate at the Salon du Chocolat in Shanghai, China.

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No Angels singer Sandy wears an outfit covered in chocolate stars made by Lambertz.

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A model poses wearing  a chocolate breastplate.

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A collection of shoes made of chocolate. Frances Cooley, from Clifton, Bristol, launched the range after finding a vintage chocolate shoe mould in Belgium.

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