Halloween Costumes 2010 by Apparel Search - Fashion Terms of Interest to the Fashion Industry
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Apparel Search understands the significance of the Halloween holiday. Not only is Halloween a fun and festive holiday that involves lots of fashion and dressing up, but it is also significant to the health of the retail industry. According to the National Retail Federation, U.S. Halloween spending is predicted to bounce back from last year's grim sales as Americans plan to spend considerably more this year. Total spending is forecasted to reach $5.8 billion according to NRF's 2010 Halloween Consumer Intentions and Actions Survey. Americans are predicted to spend an average of $66.28 on costumes, candy, and decorations, up from $56.31 in 2009. Halloween is considered second only to winter holidays in terms of decoration.
The National Retail Federation’s 2010 Top Costumes
survey found that nearly 120 million children, adults and their pets are
likely to sport traditional as well as trendy costumes this year. Proving
old habits are hard to break, 4.3 million children will celebrate
Halloween dressed as a princess. Princess costumes have topped NRF’s
children’s top costume list for six consecutive years. Witches are the
preferred adult costume this year and pets across the country will most
likely dress as pumpkins.
Apparel Search also includes some hits from Party City, which include more timely and trendy options such as Lady Gaga, Snookie of Jersey Shore fame, Mad Hatter from Tim Burton's Alice in Wonderland, and Cleopatra.
This Halloween Costumes 2010 term was written by Regina Cooper for Apparel Search October 4th, 2010.
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