Fashions for Proms

4 Chocolate Brown Floor Length Gowns

Perhaps, like me, you call chocolate a food group? Unfortunately, my life doesn't give me a chocolate every day just like I don't get to dress for formal dances every week! Rich and elegant,chocolate brown formal dressesdiffuse a contemporary, sophisticated style.I'm happy to categorize chocolate brown dresses in my favorite chocolate categories:

  • truffle

  • dark

  • milk

  • drinking

From these categories, I give you my treats for today!

4 Chocolate Long Formal Dresses

Brown moire gets great texture from animal inspired patterns as it ripples down a ruched center seam. What a great way to show off your curves in this delightfully different interpretation of a strapless mermaid gown. Small beads and larger rhinestones embellish the bodice and seams. This chocolate dress would fall into my truffle category!

Considering my dark chocolate category, it might be difficult NOT to wear this beaded long strapless dress!Who could resist the winding appliqu motif and flared floor length skirt? Its timeless style would keep me pulling this dress out of the closet for all types of gala parties or formal receptions once the big dance was over! Doesn't dark chocolate have healthy properties?

Milk chocolate was a favorite as a kid, and this beaded empire waist dress brings a milk chocolate smile to my face. The ruched bodice shimmers thanks to the satin fabric. A bias cut means the fabric flows down to the short train gracefully. Beaded shoulder straps create a v neck at the center front, continuing over the shoulders.

This two tone evening dress reminded me of hot chocolate topped with whip cream! The light brown jersey fans out from the left waist for a flowing, gently gathered line that certainly builds on my memories! The long side slitbrushes asidethe modesty of this high neck formal dress.


While scientists continue to decode the health benefits of chocolate, we can always wear chocolate brown dresses to satiate our chocolate cravings. Then, again, what about both?

Shail K, chocolate dresses, brown formal gowns