E is for Ensemble

by Lillian Csernica on April 5, 2015



Time now for some haute chocolate!  While edible undies are really nothing more than Fruit Roll-Ups, this magnificent outfit is made for the fashionista gourmet!



And because Le Salon du Chocolat is just way too cool, I have to add this picture for E Day:

From http://www.dogonews.com, 9/27/2009:

“Commuters rushing to catch their trains at London’s St. Pancras International Station were in for a treat that made most of them drool – A 12-ft high replica of the famous Parisian landmark – The Eiffel Tower.

The intricately carved model made entirely out of milk chocolate, was erected by gourmet British chocolate make Thorntons, to promote their new ‘Continental’ line of chocolates which include flavors like gingerbread and hazelnut.”

If you could make your own clothing out of chocolate, what would you make?  Where would you wear it?


Filed under Blog challenges, chocolate, fantasy, Goals, Humor, Writing

8 responses to “E is for Ensemble

  1. Those are both awesome. I wonder how long the Eiffel Tower took to make.

    ~Patricia Lynne~
    Story Dam
    Patricia Lynne, YA Author


    • Good question. First they had to make the chocolate itself, then they had to apply it. I wonder what form the chocolate was in when it was applied to what must be a superstructure underneath. It had to be at least semi-solid.


  2. Now that is beyond fascinating. A chocolate outfit! And the Eiffel Tower is to die for

    Paula at /Smidgen,Snippets,&Bits


  3. I’d love pairs of earrings made of chocolates in different funny & lovely shapes, so I can share with my girlfriends 🙂

    Best wishes
    #AtoZChallenge 2014 participant


  4. This is crazy cool! I don’t know if I would even want a chocolate dress, but it looks awesome though. Haha. Is your theme for the A to Z Challenge chocolate?


    • Hi, Suzanne! Yes indeed, every day I’m presenting some weird and wonderful item made out of chocolate that starts with the letter of the day. Thanks for stopping by!


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