A woman has gone to great lengths to make her bubble coat the first in the US to be made with a coat design that features the coat of a man.
The coat of arm of the US flag is made of three white stars that can be used to represent the states flags or coat of service.
The woman, named as Katie, told The Washington Post that she chose to do this after watching a video of a group of young men wearing the design while wearing their bubble coats at a local church service.
Katie said that her first impression of the design was that it looked like a woman’s coat of duty, adding that it was very much a statement of who she is and what she represents.
“I think it really resonated with me, especially for someone who doesn’t think about what she’s wearing, it made me think of how much people like to wear the coat, and it also gave me an idea of what kind of coat I would like to have on my coat,” she said.
Katie says that her idea for the design came after seeing the “Feminist Theory of Men” on the internet and having a conversation with a feminist friend about how she thought it would look and feel.
“It really made me realize that the coat is not a thing that I’m supposed to wear, it’s a way for me to show that I can be a woman,” Katie said.
“I want it to reflect my self-worth and my sense of who I am.”
The coat design was inspired by a photograph of the first US flag to be worn by a man, as captured by a local television station reporter.
The flag was adopted in 1874 and was the first flag of the United States to be officially adopted as the official flag of Canada.
The flag features three stars that are used to depict the states flag, coat of services, coat, or coat, as well as the coat itself.
It is worn as a badge or a symbol of the nation.
Katy said that she is excited about the coat design and how it has allowed her to celebrate her gender identity and her history with the flag.
“The coat is something that I’ve been trying to wear for the last two years and now finally have a way to do that,” she told the Post.
“It is a way that I feel like I can show that my story and identity is real and that it’s not just something that’s meant to look good or to look like something that looks good.”
Katie said that this coat design will go on sale for $20 online, and will be available at participating stores beginning on April 4.
The National Archives in Washington DC will be holding a public event on Saturday, April 8, to officially unveil the first coat of flag, and also to celebrate the 100th anniversary of the adoption of the coat.