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Criminally Nice Sweater

Australian VerveLooking at the images of Australian criminals posted on the Green Box site, I was struck by the sweater of Mr F. Murray, 1929 (top). Although it has seen better days, it looks really well with his surprisingly contemporary-looking attire. The sweater has nice oversize buttons and collar, and a comfortable-looking loose fit, but not too loose. The gape between buttons (below) slightly spoils the overall effect. He should have left the bottom buttons undone. He shows some verve for a convicted felon. These could be shots from L'Uomo Vogue.
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