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Balmoral 230 pink herringbone fabric£13.43 p/m View Fabric
Balmoral 230 sky herringbone fabric£13.43 p/m View Fabric
Balmoral 230 white herringbone fabric£13.43 p/m View Fabric
Balmoral 98 Sky Check Fabric£13.43 p/m View Fabric
Dynasty 10 Navy Striped Fabric£16.62 p/m View Fabric
Malham 100 cream£9.55 p/m View Fabric
Malham 20 white dobbie fabric£9.55 p/m View Fabric
Malham 250 black dobbie fabric
£9.55p/m View Fabric
Malham 80 white dobbie fabric£9.55 p/m View Fabric
Regent 88 lilac fabric£10.32 p/m View Fabric
Regent 88 wine fabric£10.32 p/m View Fabric
Sterling 48 green brushed cotton checked fabric£13.26 p/m View Fabric
Herringbone makes a big impact in the style world, especially in the colder months. As noted above, herringbone is a member of the twill family of fabrics, and sports a distinctive v-shaped pattern. Its diagonal weave reverses direction at regular intervals, giving it a look slightly reminiscent of a fish’s skeleton – which is, in fact, what gives the fabric its name.
The weave of herringbone shirts makes them heavier than other fabrics such as poplin, making them thicker and warmer and therefore ideal material for autumn and winter clothing. They’re also more water-resistant than other weaves, (again a preferable trait for winter-wear) so as a result they’re easier to iron and quicker to dry. Their textured warmth is complemented by a smooth feel and a soft drape. Herringbone is also a brilliantly versatile fabric, often used in overcoats, suiting and dress shirts alike.