When Fran Drescher and Barbara Eden teamed up to create the modern day women's puffy vest, tensions mounted across the nation. Better Homes & Gardens called it "a confusing garment. Impractical and against family values."
It wasn't until "Back to the Future" that the vest became appropriate to wear in public. They are now functional, fashionable and the best way to constantly confuse summer and fall even if you don't have immediate access to a quantum flux capacitor like Marty McFly and friends.