Boobs and bras, for whatever ... But when Berlei promoted the video on Facebook and Instagram, the social media giants swiftly banned the ad for being “offensive” due to “pixelated nudity, overt focus on bouncing breasts and overly zoomed images.”.
The Advertising Standards Bureau (ASB) tells AdNews it has received several complaints about the Berlei ad, which means it will have to undergo a review that could lead to an ad being upheld. The ad shows women struggling with bra-fails, including.
Serena Williams goes shirtless and wears nothing but a bra during a promotional event on Thursday afternoon (December 15) in Melbourne, Australia. The 33-year-old tennis player showed off Berlei’s new “Reduce The Bounce Bra” and her svelte body at Myers.
An ad showing gals trying to get into their bra. Let us explain ... I don’t see what’s offensive. Berlei stated that their ad was banned because “the pixelated nudity, overt focus on bouncing breasts and overly zoomed images”.
Source: YouTube Berlei's ad is not gratuitous. It's not sleazy or even sexual. Rather, it's a fistpump-worthy piece of advertising that addresses women's body concerns head or, rather, breast on. Yes there's boobs bouncing under a sports bra and women.
Underwear brand Berlei has hit back after Facebook banned its new advertisement featuring women in 'uncomfortable' situations trying to find the perfect bra. The commercial shows ... overt focus on bouncing breasts and overly zoomed images.
The ad kicks off with the tennis champ showing off her six pack, standing in a black leather skirt with a black and white Berlei bra, as she smashes a tennis ball on the floor and says sternly: ‘Bounce.’ A Berlie voice over woman can then be heard.
Berlei’s ad is not gratuitous. It’s not sleazy or even sexual. Rather, it’s a fistpump-worthy piece of advertising that addresses women’s body concerns head or, rather, breast on. Yes there’s boobs bouncing under a sports bra and women trying to.
“I’m a big-busted athlete so I know how important a good bra is.” (Which is exactly why Berlei tapped her to test their “Master of Bounce” in last year’s campaign.) RELATED VIDEO: What Amy Schumer Has to Say About Posing Nude Judging by her.
overt focus on bouncing breasts and overly zoomed images”. Berlei said the concepts for the ad was developed through surveying over 500 Australian women on what their biggest struggles are when wearing a bra. “It shows that not all bras have been very.