Herringbone (n., adj.)

A weaving pattern of twill fabric that forms a V-shape analogous to the bones of a herring. It is one of the most popular weave patterns. Suits and outerwear are often made from herringbone fabric.

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    Just a suggestion: I think it would be nice if you included a picture with your style definitions, such as this one. For example, fabric textures such as this one might include a nice close up of the weave.