Wonderfully Weird: Kanarian Kindred Goes “On A Chocolate Wonderland”!!

In today’s society it seems everyone is chasing the next big thing, especially in fashion. Whether it’s the new Jordan’s, Prada slippers, or Louboutin’s, everyone wants a piece of top products. This is fine but what about those with a weird sense of style? The person that marches to the beat of their own drum, while straying from the normal fashion market.

Have no fear because Wonderfully Weird has arrived. The weekly blog posting various fashion items including: clothing, jewelry, shoes, and styling tips considered odd by others. My style is different from most because it focuses on funky, different, and classy pieces others tend to shy away from.

This week focuses on Chocolate couture and the various designs created with this delicious treat. The following three items were featured in a chocolate couture fashion show in 2011. This event was held at World Chocolate Wonderland, China’s largest chocolate theme park. I hope you enjoy!!!

 haute chocolate couture

haute chocolate couture

A qipao-inspired dress by Taiwan fashion designer Lin Guodong (林国栋) utilizing the theme “seeking plum blossoms in snow.”

A qipao-inspired dress by Taiwan fashion designer Lin Guodong (林国栋) utilizing the theme “seeking plum blossoms in snow.”

A tip-to-toe chocolate evening dress designed by Hsu Feng-Yu (许凤玉).

A tip-to-toe chocolate evening dress designed by Hsu Feng-Yu (许凤玉).

Chocolate couture Izzy Camilleri collection

Chocolate couture Izzy Camilleri collection

Cadbury chocolate couture

Cadbury chocolate couture

Salon du Chocolate

Salon du Chocolate

Salon du Chocolate

Salon du Chocolate

This piece wouldn’t be complete without Chocolate footwear (edible & non-edible)

white-chocolate-zebra-print-high-heel-and-clear-purse

white-chocolate-zebra-print-high-heel-and-clear-purse

Chocolatier Theobroma Cacao Couture

Chocolatier Theobroma Cacao Couture

Chocolate Handbags and Platform Shoes

Chocolate Handbags and Platform Shoes

Trustie – Chocolate Promise Shoes (non-edible)

Trustie – Chocolate Promise Shoes (non-edible)

The Luck in Chocolate from Naughty Monkey (non-edible)

The Luck in Chocolate from Naughty Monkey (non-edible)

 Womens Chocolate Suede Style Stiletto Heel Platform Ankle Shoe Boots (non-edible)


Womens Chocolate Suede Style Stiletto Heel Platform Ankle Shoe Boots (non-edible)

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haute chocolate couture

qipao-inspired dress by Taiwan fashion designer Lin Guodong

tip-to-toe chocolate evening dress designed by Hsu Feng-Yu

chocolate couture Izzy Camilleri collection

Cadbury chocolate couture

Salon du Chocolate

Salon du Chocolate

white-chocolate-zebra-print-high-heel-and-clear-purse

Chocolatier Theobroma Cacao

Chocolate Handbags and Platform Shoes

Trustie chocolate Promise Shoes

The Luck in Chocolate from Naughty Monkey

Women’s Chocolate Suede Style Stiletto Heel Platform Ankle Shoe Boots

As a chocolate junkie and an avid fashionista — this is a highly unique and intoxicating post. The fact that Kanarian was able to spot something this unique reflects her ability to do seriously great (and tasty) research in various areas. Chocolate + fashion = Who Knew?

Kanarian, who holds a Bachelor of Science Degree in Management from Grambling State University, shares a true passion for writing. Currently she’s the Wellness Editor for Everything Girls Love, a digital magazine/blog. Born in Opelika, Alabama, Kanarian currently resides in the Midwest penning her first novel set for a 2021 release.

Thank you to Kanarian Kindred for all her great writing and unique perspectives.

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Stevie Wilson,
LA-Story.com

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