Puffers are an American term that means “short coat”.
Long coats are the name of the coats worn by ladies of the 18th century.
They were popular in the 19th century, and were the main coats worn at weddings and funerals.
Women’s coats were popular for a very long time, too, and there are some interesting examples of women’s coats, such as those worn by the famous writer and journalist Harriet Beecher Stowe.
There are some different styles of puffer coats that can be found in Britain and the United States, but the majority are long coats.
The Long Coat, a style of puffy coat, was a staple of the English and American upper classes.
It was worn in formal settings, such at weddings, funerals, and other gatherings of women.
The coat was often adorned with a short, wide collar, worn around the neck and over the shoulders.
Puffing the coat’s neck or bust with the arms, with the puffer’s collar held over the head, gave the coat a distinctive look, particularly in a time of social unrest.
Puffer coats also had distinctive patterns of patterns, such a red or black coat with a white stripe, or a black-and-white coat with three red and three white stripes.
A woman’s coat was usually a long coat with two buttons at the ends.
Many women wore a number of different styles, including the puffers of the 1860s, the Puffer Cap, and the Puffed Jacket.
A women’s coat could be long, wide, short, or in between.
Puffs are usually white and are often lined with ribbons or a fringe, and are worn in different colors and styles.
The length of the puffs depends on the person, but can be as short as two inches or as long as two and a half inches.
The puffs could be worn either over the top of the coat or under it.
Puffy coats were often worn under a long skirt or dress, but often did not cover the shoulders or the sides of the neck.
Many puffed coats had a flap over the chest.
A short puffed coat can be a popular choice for an early evening or evening dress, or for a casual dress.
Short puffed jackets were a popular option for formal events, and can be seen on some of the late 19th-century American fashion shows.
They are typically worn with a long, short sleeve buttoned coat, which can be the only thing between the wearer and the camera.
Puffed coats can be made in a variety of ways.
The most common were usually fitted jackets with a collar and waistcoat.
This was a short jacket that could be cut short, and it could also be a short coat with sleeves that were pulled down to the waist, which was worn over the waist.
The style is often worn by women of the Victorian era, but there were also short coat styles worn by young women.
A young woman could wear a long puffed jacket that would be worn over a short dress, sometimes with short sleeves.
Many of these styles were also known as “tomboys”, or “belly-dresses”.
In some cases, the puffed collar could be a long collar and the long sleeves could be short.
A puffed skirt or jacket would be made with a hem that extended above the shoulder and was then cut in half, creating a corset.
This type of skirt or coat was commonly worn by men, and could also have a skirt over the shoulder.
Short coats were usually short and with long sleeves, and puffed skirts or jackets were often long, but with short, short sleeves, or with a full skirt.
Short coat styles were worn by many people, and they varied from person to person.
Short pants were worn over pants, or over loose shirts and trousers.
Short dresses were usually dresses that were worn with the sleeves pulled up to the neck, sometimes at the waist and sometimes under the skirt.
Many people wore short puffs, or long coats, in addition to puffed pants, and sometimes short trousers.
Pied puffs were worn on top of puffed trousers.
Many Pied Puffs were also called “dresses”, and were also made of cotton or linen, sometimes in the form of a cowl, which could be either buttoned or unbuttoned.
The dress would usually be worn on the shoulders, sometimes on the chest, or sometimes the sides.
Some Pieds were made with ribbing, but other styles had a buttoned collar, with a hood.
Short skirts were also popular in a lot of women of this period.
They could be made from anything from cotton to silk, but most of them were made of sheer fabric or silk.
The skirt was usually the most prominent feature, and this was often cut short to fit the length of a dress.
There was no corset or waistcoat, and skirts and