We’ve already shown you sexy red Valentine’s Day dresses but if you’re really, really, REALLY into the spirit of Valentine’s, few frocks can compare to these dresses that take hearts’ day to the extreme!
Here are 3 unconventional Valentine’s Day dresses. Dare to wear any of these?
1. A dress made of chocolate
Don’t just give or receive chocolate — WEAR IT! Be a literally yummy sweetheart in a chocolate dress like the ones from The Chocolate Fashion Show held during Salon du Chocolat. This chocolate squares-covered dress modeled by French journalist and TV host Erika Moulet is one of our favorites:
Erika Moulet models one of the chocolate dresses during The Chocolate Dress Fashion Show celebrating the Salon du Chocolat 2012 Opening Night at the Parc des Expositions in Paris, France on October 30, 2012
2. A dress made entirely out of chocolate biscuit tins
Or, if you’re watching what you eat, skip the chocolates entirely and go for this dress made from only the tins of chocolate biscuits. It’s all the sweetness (and kookiness) without the guilt!
Dita Von Teese wore this dress at the Lambertz Monday Night party in Cologne, Germany. Lambertz is a German company that makes all sorts of chocolate and non-chocolate confections. Look and see (through):
Dita Von Teese models a dress made of biscuit tins during the Lambertz Monday Night Party at Alter Wartesaal in Cologne, Germany on January 28, 2013
3. A “flower-full” attire
You can always say it with flowers or, if you’re like Lady Gaga, you can always wear them. Lady Gaga shows us a new way of wearing flowers for Valentine’s Day, one that definitely says you’re blooming!
Yes, we know the flowers aren’t really on Lady Gaga’s dress. If you want to be strict about it, here’s a Chinese woman whose boyfriend gave her a dress made out of 9,999 real red roses for V-Day.
Lady Gaga leaves her hotel to go to the Philip Treacy show held during London Fashion Week in London, England on September 16, 2012
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