Monthly TBT: September 2016

As Field High students end the first month of school, we are beginning our monthly series of “Throwback Thursdays.” News On The Fly will be doing our best to bring you back to past trends that you may have forgotten. Without further ado, here is our first throwback, and September starts it all.

1. Panic! at the Disco’s “A Fever You Can’t Sweat Out”

Panic!‘s debut album, released on September 27, 2005 might come across as familiar to many. For a band made up of four childhood friends, Ryan Ross, Brent Wilson, Brendon Urie, and Spencer Smith, it wasn’t too difficult to make a breakthrough once this album was released. Still don’t recognize them? Listen to “I Write Sins, Not Tragedies,” and i’m almost certain that you’ve heard it before.

2. Tiny purses, preferably beaded. In the 90’s, it was the going thing to bring little purses or clutches to school dances to complete your look. Some were even beaded, and looked like they were wrapped in bubble wrap.

3. Chokers

Again, the 90’s with another iffy fashion statement. It seemed as if being “edgy” was all the rage during the 90’s, and that included wearing a bulky choker. Some even had charms, usually one of the sun, or a yin-yang sImage result for chokers 90symbol. They’ve even managed to make a comeback to modern day fashion.




4. Jessica McClintock dresses

Shiny and silky, these dresses were long and strapless. As pictured, they were tight at the top, flowed at the bottom, and had bows on the side.

But of course, the most popular trend: shiny (read: polyester) Jessica McClintock dresses.



5. Katy Perry’s “Teenage Dream”

Released in August of 2010, this album made Perry’s big break that much bigger. Recognized for California Girls, Teenage Dream, Last Friday Night (T.G.I.F.), and Firework, Katy has managed to sell over 6 million copies worldwide since it’s release.






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