Mojave Indians traditionally wore little to no clothing. Mojave men would usually wear no more than a loincloth, while women wore simple animal skin pelts or robes during cold weather. The Mojave did not wear moccasins; instead, they generally went barefoot or wore simple sandals.
Although clothing was not popular with the Mojave, tattoos made from cactus ink were an important part of their society. Tattoos signified meaning; for example, slaves had special tattoos on their chins. The tribe was also known for its beaded jewelry. Often, the deceased were buried with all of their belongings, which would include their beaded collars.