Annoyed Tiktoker Has To Pay $2 Entrance Fee To Shop At Influencer Halloween Store With $1000 Costumes

In the era of influencers, where curated content and sponsored partnerships reign supreme, it’s easy to fall into the belief that living the influencer life is a glamorous, all-expenses-paid affair. After all, who wouldn’t want to receive a constant stream of free products, from designer clothing to the latest tech gadgets?

However, as we’re about to explore in this post, the reality of being an influencer can be a stark contrast to the perception. While the perks are undoubtedly appealing, they often come with a hefty price tag attached. Keeping up with the ever-evolving influencer landscape and the “Joneses” of the digital world can prove to be a daunting financial challenge.

Recently, one Tiktoker, Lizzie Dushaj (@lizziedushaj), shared her annoyance with having to pay a $2 fee to enter a very expensive “influencer Halloween store.”

“You have to pay $2 to get into the store. Which isn’t a lot of money, but like why do you have to pay money to go into a Halloween store?”

“These costumes are really cute, but they look like a glorified version of Party City costumes.”

“I gasped. I had to make sure it was in USD. The skirt alone was $300. You then also had to purchase the $300 corset. Then also had to purchase the $200 cardigan. Every single costume was in the $500 to $1,000 range.”


i recognized half the costumes from seeing people post in them

♬ original sound – lizzie dushaj

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Mike Primavera is a Chicago-based comedy writer even though he doesn't HAVE to work. He lives comfortably off of his family's pasta fortune. Follow him on all social media at @primawesome