Ever since I was a little kid, I have thought men’s suits from the 1930s-50s looked great.

When I was a little kid, I watched old black-and-white reruns of Superman, Abbott & Costello, and particularly John Astin in The Addams Family, and thought to myself, damn, those guys looked sharp. Particularly the double-breasted suits.

Well, Lou Costello didn’t look sharp. But Bud Abbot? Sure. A good suit made even Abbott look good.

That feeling continues to this day.

We’ve been watching a few 1930s-50s movies, including the first couple of Thin Man movies (1930s), “My Man Godfrey” (1936), and just this weekend, “Executive Suite” (1954). And I think: Why don’t men dress like that anymore?

Why do we all go around dressed like hobos and toddlers?

And then a couple of days ago, I thought, you know, I could just buy a vintage suit.

I don’t know where I would wear it.

Mitch W @MitchW