The herringbone pattern is a V-shaped pattern typically found in clothing made from twill fabric.
The herringbone pattern gets its name because the shape made by the weave resembles the skeleton (bones) of a herring-fish.
Herringbone is often found in casual sportscoats and blazers, and is typically a combination of black and another color, such as white, grey, brown, or blue.
The herringbone pattern dates back to over 400 b.c. and has a very classy and gentlemanly feel to it. Try wearing a herringbone jacket or blazer for a high-quality, woven texture not found in other fabrics:
Herringbone is a common pattern found in tweed hats:
And for those that need a bag that matches their wardrobe: