Native Americans wore breechcloth, leather leggings, kilts, trousers, shirts, tunics, skirts, moccasins and mukluks depending on their gender, the season of the year and their tribe. Each Indian tribe has a distinctive t... More »

Chinook men rarely wore clothing beyond a breechcloth, while the women wore bark or cedar grass skirts. They protected themselves from the rain with capes made out of tule rush, a grasslike plant in the region. During co... More »

Men of the Dakota tribes dressed in buckskin shirts and leather leggings with breechcloths. Women wore long dresses made of elkskin or buckskin. Both genders wore moccasins to protect their feet and buffalo-hide robes du... More »

The basic Wampanoag wardrobe consisted of breechcloths, mantles, skirts, belts, leggings and moccasins. Certain articles of clothing were reserved for cold weather and special occasions. The Wampanoag were also fond of j... More »

The Huron Indian tribe wore clothing consisting of deerskin tops, loincloths, skirts, leggings and moccasin shoes. They were known to wear colorful attire, and they wore fur in the winter to stay warm. More »

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Seneca clothing generally consisted of garments made from buckskin and animal hides, with men typically wearing breechcloths and leggings with no shirts, and women wearing shorter leggings, wrap-around skirts and longer ... More »

Navajo Native Americans wore two-piece aprons, breechcloths, animal skins, deerskin shirts and moccasins. The clothing evolved over time from the primitive clothing of the ancient Navajo to the more elaborate clothing wo... More »