Have you ever seen a yummier tweed type than herringbond? Amongst houndstooth and wolfstooth and puppytooth, Prince of Wales plaid, and barleycorn tweeds, herringbone stands out as my favorite.
A brief primer on my favorite tweed: “Herringbone is so named because it looks like fish bones. The direction of the slant alternates column by column to create ‘v’ shapes. The pattern is quite pleasing to the eye.”
Herringbone is coming in hot (haute?) this autumn. Naturally, I had to round up all of the herringbone pieces I could find available in tall. While autumn in Kazakhstan goes from summer to snow necessitating a Canada Goose, I still like to think I could order herringbone fitted for the tall frame.