Unlike traditional holidays, Halloween is more flexible. What you’ll wear, where you’ll go… it’s an everchanging landscape determined by the celebrant. No longer a kids’ holiday, Millennials are now the most likely of all adult generations to celebrate Halloween.
Here’s a look at the Top 5 costumes for 2017.
- Animal (Cat, Dog, Monkey)
- Star Wars Character
- Batman Character
- Animal (Cat, Dog)
- Marvel Superhero
- Hot Dog
Bewitching Has Its Price!
Plain witch hats start at $5.99, but expect to spend $39.99 for a well-constructed, authentic-looking one. If you’re going for a “Win the Contest” look, you’re looking at a minimum of $80.
Don’t even think about going without the magic necklace! Conjure up another $44.
Prices vary wildly.You can get a run-of-the- mill dress from a discount retailer for $29.99or shell out as much as $79.99for the one pictured here.
While the shoes can barely be seen, you can’t go without ‘em. The average cost of Victorian boots is $95… and good luck finding ‘em!
What’s a witch without her broom? Etsy offers ”straight-out- of-the- Coven” brooms for around $59.
National Retail Federation Annual Halloween Survey