The Ultimate Guide to Road Warrior Formal

By Amira Burns on

Think suits are for squares? Well, Stio's Rammel Blazer refuses to be boxed in, utilizing Velos stretch fabric to create what may be the industry's first technical blazer. Suitable for late evening appetizers or your cousin's wedding, the Rammel Blazer integrates outdoor technology like Ripstop and a DWR-coating for durability and water resistance, making it good to go, right out of the trunk of the Subaru. Remember, formal events can be a jungle, so it's best to prepare for everything.

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