Coco Cooper Denim For Real Booties

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Coco Cooper Denim For Real Booties

Have you noticed that these days butts in the media are either non-existent like super models or oddly gigantic like reality stars. What do you do if you have a normal cute size 8 to 12 ass like the other 90% of the world.

Enter Coco Cooper,  the all new denim collection for the mid sized range.

This new premium designer jean company has created a line of jeans specifically for mid sized range women that includes everything from sizes 6-16. With luxe power stretch fabrics, this new collection launched for Fall 2016, offers eleven styles to choose from. The brand’s introductory collection offers denim essentials in skinny, bootcut, straight, cropped and flared styles

Catering to the reality that there’s a middle ground between straight size fashion and plus sized, Coco Cooper considers it her mission to empower the “in-between” women. You don’t normally see the mid sized range in ad campaigns. Its odd because that is the range that reflects the populace. Today, the average woman wears a size 14 in jeans and sizes 8-12 are the top sellers.

While traditional fashion companies don’t promote to this size range, Coco Cooper believes in size diversity and wants women everywhere to embrace their curves not erase them. Made with love from Los Angles, this look good, feel good brand boosts sustainable practices and promotes size diversity and acceptance.

From cropped skinnies to flattering flares, the brand retails between $180.00 and $200.00.

 

Coco Cooper jeans are carefully designed to enhance the very best assets with their 360 performance and rebound stretch. With precise engineering, each one of their styles is developed to lift, sculpt and define natural curves. All styles have higher back rises, and strategically placed back details to ensure a most flattering fit.

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http://cococooper.com/

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