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Cookie Johnson: The Perfect Jeans For Real Women

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Cookie Johnson, wife of famed basketball player Magic Johnson started her denim line, CJ by Cookie Johnson aimed at fitting curvier body shapes in 2009 and quickly became a household name.

Oprah Winfrey was even quoted saying CJ was, "The perfect jeans for real women" after featuring CJ by Cookie Johnson on her "favorite things" episode.

CJ by Cookie Johnson retails between $124- $168 and can be found in major department stores like Neiman Marcus and specialty boutiques across the country.

The latest collection,  features bright colors, bold prints, and fun rhinestone detailing, whether you're a straight leg lady or prefer your jeans on the trendy side, they are the perfect blend of both fit and fashion.

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CJ by Cookie Johnson Official Website

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