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Some Millennial parents had to take an old-school approach to Halloween costumes this year.

Oct 28 2021

Some Millennial parents had to take an old-school approach to Halloween costumes this year. YPulse’s 2021 Halloween Plans report found that 89% of Millennial parents who plan to dress their kids up for the holiday planned to buy their costumes. But thanks to supply shortages, some have reported facing empty shelves and sold out signs online, so taking a DIY approach became necessary. According to the National Retail Federation, Halloween spending is expected to reach $10.1 billion this year, up from $8.1 billion in 2020, and an all-time high for the holiday. But experts say that those parents who waited to buy their costume and candy are likely facing fewer choices and higher prices. (WSJ)