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Any clothes they want, but Indian clothes are saris and salvars.
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There are number of clothes which are wear by Indian. Normally Women wear the Saree and unmarried girls wear the Salwar kameez or Kurti. and Mens wear the Shirt Pants, kurta… pajama, dothi kurta. There are many states in indian and clothes are vary as per the states.
Do you Mean Indian from India? if so which part and what income class? OR do you mean Native American/Tribal clothing?
The women wore deerskin or broadcloth dresses with wide, open sleeves and a slightly flared skirt falling to" below the knees. A shorter piece of cloth, called an "apron",… was tied around the waist. They carried a fan with a wooden handle and long feathers, a "purse" that was usually beaded and wore moccasins that came up to calf level. For pictures, google Comanche Indian Dress and you'can see photos from the last Pow-wow in Oklahoma.
buffalo and bear skin, ceder bark neak rings, pancho boots , and head peices made of white fur and colorful feathers. ;)
the last person to write the answer was not smart the answer is the wore white clothes made from cotton and fleece
Every tribe was different and clothing changed over time, particularly when trade cloth and ready-made clothes became available from traders. In general, men and boys were c…onsidered fully dressed in just moccasins and a breechclout which was of soft-tanned deerskin and had flaps of varying lengths depending on the tribe. Shirts, thigh-length leggings and buffalo robes would be added when needed. Women wore a range of different dresses of deer, elk or mountain sheep skins - depending entirely on what was available in their area. Some dresses were of two skins, others were made with one at the front, one at the back and a third forming a cape or yoke section across the shoulders and sleeves. Women wore moccasins like the men, but their leggings reached to below the knee and had ties to keep them up - in some Plains tribes the leggings and moccasins were sewn together almost like boots. Each tribe used different styles of decoration, originally of dyed porcupine quills and later of glass beads obtained from the traders. The size of the glass beads used can help to date an item of clothing; from about 1790 to 1850 large "pony beads" were used - these were available in a very limited range of colours. From the 1850s much smaller "seed beads" were used and these came in a wide range of colours. Each tribe had its own favourite colours and designs but there were sometimes exceptions to the norm. Trade blankets, stroud cloth and ready made shirts and dresses were quickly adopted by some groups, while others resisted all white influences for as long as possible.
because this is their culture and they cant misschief by wearing uncultured cloathes
they wear kameez and salvaar and somtimes saries
Indian children wear saris because its their religion.
They wore moccasins. And pieces of animal fur and decorated their clothes with beads and sea shells.
they wear dirty and teared clothes
Nobody knows why
nothing. absolutely nothing. they went nude the whole time.
No they do not unless its a special occasion