Halloween is an ancient tradition that stems for a pagan festival (Samhain) celebrated by Celtic people over 2,000 years ago. In the U.S, this tradition was introduced by immigrants from Scotland and Ireland back in the 1800s, and it has grown by leaps and bound ever since. In 2017, it was estimated that more than 179 million Americans would take part Halloween, with 70% of participants planning to share candy.
The modern Halloween, however, is more about costumes and less about warding off ghosts and it’s widely celebrated among teenagers. For many of us, dressing up for an occasion isn’t an outright decision, and the costume creativity also doesn’t come naturally. It requires a lot of Google searches and Pinterest inspiration to find the right outfit. Perhaps you’re stuck for idea