Goody Bros has a lot to say about the women’s fashion industry, with a new ad campaign that highlights the company’s commitment to sustainability.
The company released a new campaign called “The Last Time” to celebrate its 20th anniversary and it’s part of its campaign to “celebrate the best of our women’s brands.”
The new ad is a collection of women’s and men’s underwear, including women’s bikinis, women’s dress shirts, bikinied jackets and more.
It features models wearing Goody-branded products in all their various shapes and sizes.
In addition to the underwear, the ad features women’s lingerie, a collection for men, a bikini for women and a yoga studio for men.
In the new ad, a woman sits on a chair, wearing a biker jacket with a belt and riding a motorcycle.
She says she is “lucky to have a good friend who loves me” and that she enjoys riding her bike.
Goody responds by asking, “Do you like riding a bike?”
The ad then shows a woman sitting on a couch wearing a Bikinis for Women bra, shorts, and sneakers, which all come with a tag line, “What do you do when you have to buy something to wear?”
Goody Bros also released a brand new ad for women’s yoga studio.
In the new spot, a yogi shows off a variety of poses with poses and accessories that she can use for her own classes.
“When I say I’m a yogin, I mean I’m doing yoga and I’m going to make it happen,” she says.
A yoga studio in Goody Co., California, is seen in this still from a Goody TV commercial.
Courtesy Goody Brothers ad campaignCourtesy Goody Bro’s ad campaignThe Goody ad is the latest in the company to highlight its commitment to women’s products.
In March, the company unveiled the Goody Fitness brand, which offers women’s fitness accessories including yoga mats and yoga robes.
Last year, Goody announced that it would begin selling clothing in a women’s line in 2018.
In a press release, Goodier Bros said it “has a strong track record of supporting women’s businesses and brands.”
Goody bros is also a leader in the women-owned apparel market, and the brand has a presence in the United Kingdom and Ireland.