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Cosmopolitan Magazine's Collection for JCPenney Does Not Skimp on the Animal Skin

Bralet and panties, $23, and bodysuit, $15, via <a href="http://www.jcpenney.com/dotcom/jsp/browse/marketing/promotion.jsp?containerId=JCP%7CWelcome&amp;cmJCP_C=Feature&amp;cmJCP_T=T1&amp;pageId=pg40015300010&amp;cm_re=S2-_-CAT-_-COSMO">JC Penney</a
Bralet and panties, $23, and bodysuit, $15, via JC Penney

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Cheerleaders of all things fun, fearless, and sex, Cosmopolitan, has debuted a new accessories and intimates line created in partnership with on-the-fritz department store, JC Penney. It includes—predictably—lingerie, shoes, and bags rendered in tons of leopard print, a serious dose of snakeskin, and various other faux-animal products. Prices are super accessible, falling below $40 for shoes, under $60 for bags, $15 bras, $9 panties, and $12 pajamas. But as the magazine's new EIC reminds us, good sex is free.
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