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Survivor-Inspired Fashions

Who would have thought that a show about people stranded on a desert island, stabbing each other in the back for a million bucks would have an effect on what you'll wear this summer. Well, thanks to cuties like Jenna, Kelly and Colleen it will.

Jenna Lewis' little pink bikini was so well liked that people wanted to buy it from her for thousands of dollars. Time Magazine even put her on their cover in it. Kidzworld thinks it's a good bet pink bikinis will be all the rage this summer. And remember when Jenna, Colleen and Kelly wore the Survivor flag tied around the middle like a funky bandana top? Well if you liked the look it'll be easy to copy, bandana tops will be big startin' in the spring.

Survivor has influenced head wear too, with Jerri's safari-style hat making its way onto heads near you. Kidzworld thinks they'll be popping up in everything from leather to canvas. Here's a tip - the ones with darker colored brims will block out the glare of sun. And as for the guys, well they haven't gone on without leaving their fashion mark. Longer, cargo-type shorts like Mitchell wears in the outback are totally cool this summer too. O'Neal makes some wicked ones for guys and girls, but in better colors than Mitchell wears.

It's kinda crazy to think that we're borrowing fashion ideas from castaways, but at least it's not Richard's buck-naked style that caught on.

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