Something on this week's Style List caught your eye? Don't go anywhere! We've got the full list right here, so you can buy it all from the comfort of your computer, mobile or tablet...
Words: Francesca Brown
Gluten-free with a keepsake shell, Booja Booja’s truffle egg is the ethical choice (£24.99, abelandcole.co.uk)
Covered in spring blooms, Betty’s hand decorated large egg is almost too sweet to eat (£49.95, bettys.co.uk).
Carluccio’s has helpfully got the Easter egg hunt sorted with a ready-made ultra-cute basket (£9.95, carluccios.com).
This Prestat Hazelnut Chocolate Truffle comes in a real painted eggshell. We kid you not (£4.25, prestat.co.uk).
Pierre Marcolini’s Alice In Wonderland Easter chocolate collection is a sight to behold (£31, uk.marcolini.com).
Inspired by the beehives on Fortnum & Mason’s roof, this is not an egg but a work of art (£250, fortnumandmason.com).
These metallic pleat wrapped eggs look fabulous and come in a cute cotton bowl (£64, meltchocolates.com).
The Chocolate Society’s dark chocolate egg is designed to look like hammered gold (£29.95, chocolate.co.uk).
Creighton’s Chocolaterie have used delicious Belgian chocolate to create this little fella (£9, farmdrop.co.uk).
Whittard’s prettily packaged creation is filled with crunchy moreish minis (£10, whittard.co.uk).
Our favourite egg from Cadbury’s massive selection is this decorate- it-yourself version (£4, cadburygiftsdirect.co.uk).
Designed to look like real eggs from Daylesford’s legbar chicken - these are in fact filled with praline (£12, daylesford.com).
Unwrap Simply Chocolate’s copper egg to reveal a selection of chocolates (£34.95, harrods.com).
Go for a central showpiece with this giant chocolate rooster from John Lewis (£10, johnlewis.com).
Monty Bojangles’ egg is filled with popping candy and butterscotch chip truffles. So moreish (£8, ocado.com).
Go for a modern twist with French chocolatier Michel Cluizel’s Origami Rabbit (£15.95, harveynichols.com).
Overdone the chocolate? Keep the seasonal glow with The Biscuiteers mini biscuit box (£35, biscuiteers.com).
Behold Rococo’s tribute to Roald Dahl – an egg with six not-so-enormous crocodiles (£19.99, selfridges.com).
Montezumas’ milk chocolate gift comes with eco-friendly packaging (£7.99, montezumas.co.uk).
The excellently named Egg On My Face chocolate slab is the gift you’re looking for (£7.50, hotelchocolat.com).
If you haven’t tried Pump Street Bakery chocolate then this hen is a good place to start (£12 for box of two, pumpstreetbakery.com).
Lindt has created a giant 1kg version of their iconic gold bunny. It’ll last till Christmas (£35, waitrose.com).
Charbonnel et Walker’s chocolate selection box has a treat for everyone (£35, charbonnel.co.uk).
Illustrated by artist Bibi King-Harman, this egg hides delicious mini eggs (£12.99, artisanduchocolat.com).
Despite appearances, Choc On Choc’s Easter bunny basket is filled with chocolate (£9.99, choconchoc.co.uk).
Embrace spring’s colour palette with Godiva’s Easter egg filled with four foil minis (£18, godivachocolates.co.uk).
The always beautifully presented Butler’s egg is our go-to for white chocolate (£10, butlerschocolates.com).
Studded with raspberry in its dark chocolate shell, this is almost one of your five-a-day (£5, divinechocolate.com/uk).
It is impossible to go grocery shopping at the moment without picking up these. Fact (80p, asda.com).