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My go-tos are a herringbone Giorgio Armani blazer or a dark gray Dolce & Gabbana blazer.
Plaza slings her oversize herringbone blazer on a chair and sits at the small table, under the painting of esoteric inferences, across from Paula.
Corridor: Cerulean-blue linen button-up ($198); slightly faded herringbone khaki chinos ($195); a skinny, polka-dot, handmade-in-Brooklyn tie ($75). 2.
The home’s numerous architectural flourishes include original features like 10-foot ceilings in the entertaining space, herringbone oak floors, decorative moldings and two wood-burning fireplaces that are in working condition.
Out in the Dark There’s that stunning herringbone pattern again, made all the more elegant by matte black tiles.
The waterfall island and white subway tile arranged in a herringbone pattern in the kitchen are straight out of Joanna’s playbook.
But her vision for the home, meant to be her showcase flip, changed after contractors wrapped a laborious two-month herringbone hardwood-floor install on the first floor.
Hamill wore Rag & Bone’s $595 navy herringbone wool Patrick blazer paired with an $80 Classic T-shirt, $250 jeans and $495 suede Spencer chuka boots.
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Definition of herringbone
HERRINGBONE Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of herringbone for English Language Learners
: a pattern used on cloth that consists of rows of parallel lines that slant in opposite directions to form V shapes
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