All-time high of more than $10 billion is expected to be spent on Halloween 2021, according to this group
Whether it’s shortages that are driving up prices of certain items or enthusiasm for the day in general, one thing is clear: It looks like there will be a lot of money spent on Halloween this year.
Houstonians share their favorite Halloween costumes of ALL TIME
HOUSTON – Do you have a favorite costume of all time? Christy Terry’s daughter decided she wanted to be a ketchup packet for Halloween in 2011. Robert Ruiz shared this photo with the quote “We looking cool man.”Cute family costume from Patty Castro-Sanchez, as “The Wizard of Oz!" Rachel Leigh Sousek share this pic with her significant other as Sugar Skulls from 2010. What is your favorite Halloween costume of all time?
KPRC 2 viewers share their creative homemade Halloween costumes. See the adorable photos
In the spirit of spooky season, we asked our KPRC 2 audience to share their family’s homemade creations. Here are the adorable submissions we received:Brenda Jolly shared two adorable photos of her daughter wearing homemade costumes from previous years. (KPRC 2)Dawn Burke shared this image of two kiddos dressed up as Negan from “The Walking Dead” series and an American Girl doll. (KPRC 2)Here are two more submissions from Burke of a homemade “Charlotte’s Web” costume and one of “Bevis and Butt-Head.”Photo shared by KPRC 2 viewer Dawn Burke. (KPRC 2)Lacy Morris shared this homemade costume of Tamatoa from “Moana.”Photo shared by KPRC 2 viewer Lacy Morris.
Retailers are selling distasteful COVID-inspired Halloween masks, costumes. Here’s what we found
Here’s what we found:This “Corona” beer costume is the least distasteful of the bunch. The costume’s beer label reads “No Known Cure COVID-19.″ Note the mask on the person wearing the costume. Product shot from Amazon.com (Amazon)This ghoulish, cartoon-looking lime-green latex mask is one of the many available mask options on the site. Product shot from Amazon.com (Amazon)This is probably the only costume you’ll be able to find at a local Halloween store. Product shot from Amazon.com (Amazon)Do you think it’s OK to dress up in one of these costumes for Halloween?
‘Tiger King’ is just the beginning: These are 10 creative costumes you’ll love for Halloween 2020
HOUSTON – It’s not too early to get creative on your costume this Halloween season. From “Fortnite" to the hit “Tiger King” documentary, 2020 costumes are all about being creative this Halloween season. A popular style as we rang in the new year in January can also become a great Halloween costume. Everyone’s favorite low-calorie, low-sugar beverage is now a Halloween costume! Do you know of any other creative costumes that are perfect for 2020?