Prom Fashion: Back to the 90s

Lili Blum | lblum20@dtechhs.org | May 15, 2019 Prom fashion trends have drastically evolved over time, in the 80s, the trend was silk, puff sleeves, and a ballgown skirt. In the 90s, dresses became more simple with form-fitting, backless dresses and spaghetti straps becoming all the rage. In the 2000s, silk and sequined strapless dresses …

Jumpsuits, Sneakers, Funky Ties: Formal Fashion Trends

Lili Blum | lblum20@dtechhs.org | January 23, 2019 For decades, students have stuck to traditional attire for school dances: heels, dresses, and suits. However, d.tech’s 2019 formal presented a variety of new looks, and generally branched off in a more alternative direction (not surprisingly). Many girls sported jumpsuits as opposed to dresses and some chose …

Seniors Stay Fresh With Their Style

Julia Reid | jreid19@dtechhs.org | October 26, 2018 At d.tech we pride ourselves in being different from a “normal” high school. We see this through intersession, FITs, lab days, lack of AP classes and much more; but what about the student body, especially the seniors who have been here longer than any other class? Certainly …

The Scoop on Ms. Anderson’s Fashion

Tyler Campos | tcampos19@dtechhs.org | June 8, 2018 Lessley Anderson is an English teacher for the junior and senior class, and something that everybody notices right when they see her, are her amazing outfits. Every day, Anderson wears something that beats her last outfit. Anderson describes her style and what she looks for in stores …

Prom Fashion

By: Emily Hom Ball Gowns on the Red Carpet  Dresses fit for a princess were all the rage this prom season. Skirts were full and brushed the floor, fabrics were tulle and satiny, and adornment simple. These gowns may be reminiscent of ones worn for hundreds of years by the wealthy and nobility, but wearing …