Abolla, Tuxedos Suit Garment

An Abolla was a veil like tuxedos suit garment worn out by Ancient Greeks as well as Romans. Nonius Marcellus quotation marks a passage of Varro to explain that it was a tuxedo suit garment worn by defense force, and thus oppose to the toga.
It was, yet, not confined to armed occasion, but was also worn out in the city. A tuxedos suit garment was especially worn by the Stoic philosophers at Rome like the pallium philosophicum, just as the Greek philosopher was familiar to differentiate themselves by a meticulous dress. Hence the phrase of Juvenal facinus majoris abollae just signifies, "an offense dedicated by a very deep philosopher."