A Herringbone fabric consists of alternating rows of diagonal lines in a broken twill weave forming a chevron pattern, similar to fish bones (hence the name).
Herringbone is a wonderful fabric for adding depth to a garment. Depending on its size and colour, this pattern can be bold and fashion-forward, or look more like a textured solid. It's become a staple of classic menswear because of its versatility, and is used in everything from hardy tweed jackets to elegant and refined luxury shirting.
Example Swatch: Highbridge Herringbone Charcoal