Originally all the clothing was made of buckskin. Buckskin clothing was usually colored yellow. They would color it with mineral paint, and typically add beadwork. However, in the mid 1880’s, cloth became more popular.
Both men and women would wear a boot form of moccasin. Each boot was made of a single buckskin hide sewn down to a piece of rawhide. The boots would have a very long upper part that would be folded to the outside and do down to the foot and then all the way back up again. This would essentially form three layers covering from just below the knee to the thickest part of the calf. This boot style was preferred, but there were several types of moccasins, including a low cut type.