It baffles me that Rod Serling never makes a best dressed list. ┬áHere’s a look back at some of my favorite looks for Mr. Serling from the Twilight Zone.

From "Dust" - January 6, 1961 - Amazing 2 button sack suit, satin tie, and spread collar white oxford shirt

From "A Most Unusual Camera" - December 16, 1960 - Great 2 button sack suit, satin tie, and white oxford spread collar shirt

From "A Most Unusual Camera" - December 16, 1960 - Great 3 roll 2 sack suit, satin tie with vertical stripes, and white oxford spread collar shirt

A more relaxed Serling from "A World of His Own" - July 1, 1960 (One of Serlings first appearances as host of the show)

From "Four O'Clock" - April 6, 1962 -

From "Four O'Clock" - April 6, 1962 - Great flecked 3 roll 2 sack suit and white oxford tab collar

From "King Nine will not Return" - September 30, 1960 - Classic Serling, black mohair 3 roll 2 sack suit, white oxford spread collar, foulard tie, Hamilton Ventura and a paratroopers bracelet

From "Mr. Garrity and the Graves" - May 8, 1964 - Great Tweed 3 roll 2 blazer, white oxford, and tie

From "Mr. Garrity and the Graves" - May 8, 1964 - Great Tweed 3 roll 2 blazer, white oxford button down collar, and tie

From "The Dummy" - May 4, 1962 - Amazing sack suit, tab collar, and skinny tie. You'll also notice Mr. Serling's paratroopers WWII bracelet on his right wrist.

From "The Trouble with Templeton" - December 9, 1960 - Amazing Repp Stripe tie

From "The Obsolete Man" - June 2, 1961 - Signature Serling, black 3 roll 2 blazer with pleating details, white oxford spread collar, and skinny tie. Also note Mr. Serling's signature cigarette

From "The Man in the Bottle" - October 7, 1960 - Again, Signature Serling at it's best. If you look closely, you'll notice the flecked wool detail on Rod's blazer. The foulard skinny tie is also amazing!

From "Two" - September 15, 1961 - Amazing combination of a 3 roll 2 tweed blazer, white oxford club collar with a tie bar, and skinny printed madder tie.

From "Night of the Meek" - December 23, 1960 - Bundled up in a great tweed overcoat and plaid scarf. I'm sure there's an amazing mohair sack suit, white oxford, and skinny tie underneath.

From "A Kind of Stopwatch" - October 18, 1963 - Amazing mohair shark skin sack suit!

Eagle Clothes provided lots of clothing for Mr. Serling

Images from the amazing 1955 men’s grooming guide by Bert Bacharach titled “Right Dress”.