The Era for All

To start things off around here, I would love to share some pieces and ideas that work on any woman. Literally any body type can wear clothes from my favorite time period in fashion, the 1950s. Fun prints, sexy cuts, and the most flattering fit-and-flare silhouette came out of this time.

I love this era so much that the first HCC collection was inspired by it.

Kayla Party Dress Closeup

This little number, the Kayla Party Dress, is my favorite from the whole collection. It’s got a plunging back and a neckline covered in rhinestones, and a little surprise pop of red lining under the skirt.

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And then there’s the Kat Party Dress. It’s such a simple cut, but the surprise in the back adds just a little bit extra to the dress.

Other great aspects of this era include the feminine details of these party dresses, and the amount of adventure you can take with the prints you wear. How else would you wear a dress with cats, lollipops, and polka dots all at once?


Since this collection, the aesthetic of Hannah Caroline Couture has become more modern and minimalistic, but these dresses will always exemplify a time when curves of any size really became appreciated.

Both of these dresses are available in the shop, via custom order, or at Atomic Bombshells pinup boutique in Midtown Crossing, Omaha!

My Very First Post

Hi all! Welcome to the official blog of Hannah Caroline Couture. On this wonderful December day, I decided it was time to stop talking about starting a blog for my company and actually get to it. So here it is, world!

This blog will feature things like plus-size fashion news, commentaries, new HCC press, updates on my business, HCC garments and their backstories and styling suggestions, and anything else that I think of or that you tell me you want.

I’m looking forward to using this blog as a place to share my views about the ever-changing world of plus-size fashion, and also about my ever-changing company. If fashion and/or startups are your thing, go ahead and follow the blog. Thanks all and stay tuned for some “real” posts!