WWE has been touting its “Womens” Health initiative since 2009, as the brand began offering an array of women’s apparel and accessories, as well as the Womans brand, in stores.
The “Wet Womankind” collection, for example, is a set of four-piece dresses that include a waistband with a slit for a neckline, a short skirt, a tank top, and a high-waisted shirt, all made in Australia.
As of the end of the year, the brand was selling more than 1.5 million of the dresses.WWE also has a line of maternity clothes, which include maternity bras, maternity shirts, maternity pants, and maternity dresses.
“WET WOMAN” is also selling maternity hats and T-shirts in stores, and the brand has also announced plans to begin selling maternity scarves.
Wendy Williams, WWE Women’s Head of Brand Strategy, has previously spoken about the company’s Women’s Health initiative.
“We are always trying to make sure that we are creating women that are empowered, that are not afraid of what is possible,” she said during a WWE SummerSlam panel.
“So, for me personally, it is always empowering for me to be able to look at what my wife is going through, and that I can help her.
So that is a great opportunity for me.
I would like to work for her.”
The brand has been known to sell a few “WOMENS” merchandise in the past, like the womens-only clothing line, but none of them have been as heavily promoted as the “Wetting Womeman” collection.
The brand released the “Curl Women” collection last year and was one of the first to launch the women-focused line of women-focused products, featuring a collection called “CURL WOMEN,” which featured three different styles, including a swimwear bikini and a dressy, low-cut tank top.
Welterweight champion Paige, who will compete on Monday night, wore a swimsuit that featured a swim top with a short slit for neckline and a tank bottom that included a wide waistband and a waist belt.
“I think it really was a really cool collection,” Williams said.
“It really does speak to the different types of women who can wear it.”WWE is hoping to get a similar look for the “women’s” line, which is also available in a “Wetsuit” collection that includes three styles.
The collection features two sizes, and is available for women up to a size 22.
Wrestlers who have not yet been diagnosed with cancer, and who have been diagnosed within the last year, will be able buy the collection for a one-time cost of $50 on Monday.WETWOMAN has also teamed up with the company to create a range of women clothing, including maternity dresses and maternity pants.
“Curious Women,” a line featuring the brand’s namesake and “Welters” wrestlers, was released in December.
The line includes three types of maternity dresses, and also includes a swim shirt, tank top and short skirt.
The products also include a bikini, a top, low back shorts and ankle socks.
“Women are so connected to their bodies,” Williams told reporters in January.
“They want to be confident in themselves, and to feel like their bodies are the best they can be.
So we really think that is the most important thing.
So it is so important for women to be comfortable and comfortable in themselves.”