FROM Lesley Bannatyne
The History of Sexy Halloween Costumes Tomorrow is Halloween, and Americans will spend about $7 billion celebrating this year. About $1 billion of that will be on kids’ costumes. But about $1.5 billion will be on costumes for grown ups. Costumes that are often risque. So when did Halloween become an excuse to strip down? We get a history on the evolution of the “sexy” Halloween costume.
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