A Dress Made From Taco Bell Wrappers

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You’ve eaten nothing but late-night Chalupas and Taco Supremes for months. So, what to do with all of those Taco Bell wrappers? If you’re as creative and into Tex-Mex as artist Olivia Mears is, you make a Taco Bell Wrapper Dress, of course.

The dress is made from about 130 wrappers, with sauce pack accents. All of the materials were unused of course. So, please do not make clothing with your chalupa-stained wrappers, as previously suggested.

[link, via Neatorama]

Wedding Dress Cake

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So much planning goes into a wedding. There’s the dress, the cake, the dress cake… Wait, what? Created by the “Fairy Godmother of Wedding Cakes” Donna Millington-Day, the Wedding Dress Cake is beautiful enough to wear on your big day and almost too nice to eat.

The dress cake is made from 17 tiers of sponge cake, 22 kilograms of icing, one kilogram of royal icing and hundreds of sugar pearls. When served it would be enough for about 2000 guests. Hopefully it’s not red velvet inside.

[via Neatorama]

Candycorn Dress

If you’re having trouble deciding what to be for Halloween, consider going as a giant sugary triangle. The Candycorn Dress, perhaps wearable anytime of year, makes for a sweet Halloween costume when you add the included pointy hat. And, since you’re already shaped like a triangle, it won’t matter that horizontal stripes are so unflattering.

Be sure to check out Sexy Halloween Costumes: Food Edition for other costume ideas. You’re welcome.

[link, via GeekAlerts]

Beer Dress

The Beer Dress combines a few of men’s favorite things — women, and something that will remind them of beer. Printed in an amber hue and with carbonation bubbles, the Beer Dress will certainly get your man’s attention — or, will help find a husband at happy hour. 82% Polyester, 18% LYCRA by Black Milk.

[link, via GeekAlerts]

Dress Made of 50,000 Gummy Bears

What better way to help launch the new TWELV magazine, and pay homage to the late designer Alexander McQueen, than with a full-length ball gown made from gummy bears?

The dress, inspired by another colorful but gummy-less work by McQueen, consists of about 50,000 gummy bears, and weighs over 200 lbs — or about four-times as much as the model wearing it.

[via Buzzfeed]