What Type of Clothes Did Native Americans Wear?

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Nearly every Native American tribe had its own distinctive style of dress and the people could often tell each tribe by looking at their clothes, headdresses and ornamentation. The commonly shared pieces of attire however, were; breechcloths, leather leggings, a short kilt or fur trousers, buckskin shirts, skirts and leggings for women, one piece dresses, moccasins for their feet and others.
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It depended upon where they lived. Native Americans where several different clans/bands/tribes from all over the Americas; North, Central and South.
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Dishdasa for man and Abaya for woman.
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Cherokee men and boys wore breechcloths and leggings. Cherokee women and girls wore wraparound skirts and ponco-style blouses. All Cherokee wore moccasins on their feet.
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they wore big puffy shirts and puffy trousers.
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