Would this be akin to what you're looking for ?
It's black & white micro herringbone (3mm), in a nice 310/330g super 100s worsted by Harrisons (Burley).It's quite wooly for a worsted, similar to Dugdale's English classics (but a tad lighter, though still in a good weight).
This is the lighter herringbone I have, this book has a good selection of darker ones (8 shades from white/black to pure black, with the black & greys between).
If your tailor does not work with them, I can provide you a cut length (in Paris, or send it to them in London). You can visit me in Paris to check the sample, coffee included.
If you're looking for bold herringbone, in the 8mm-1cm wide, I think you need to choose a woolen cloth. I have some nice ones in shetland and saxony, but those a "fuzzier" than worsted.
Maybe this would be nice, it's a saxony with a milled finished, quite smooth, in 390g.
Herringbone is 8mm wide (each row, which means 16mm for an "up and down" ^).
Mill is Marling & Evans, same as Harrisons I can provide it to you. And there is also a darker shade.
I am from W.Malaysia.
I've been wanting to do me a herringbone suits but unable to find suitable cloth in the weight 390 gm/or slightly less in Saxony/Shetland.It prompt me to ask your good office to help me with getting the above mentioned cloth.Who do I contact for samples.
We don't get many good cloth in Malaysia like the saxony/shetland,mostly the new Super's is available everywhere.
I prefer something stronger then superfine and fuzzier and smooth looks better in the herringbone.