Lakota Buckskin shirt with hair locks and quillwork by OJ Laier III
Lakota Buckskin Dress trimmed with fringe and shells
Lakota dress, c. 1870 Buckskin, glass beads, thread “…this is a typical dress worn by Plains Indian women. It consists of three assembled parts: the front, the back and the yoke. These three pieces give the garment a T- shape outline.
This photo shows a Plains Sioux War Shirt, circa and is found in the Berkshire Museum collection. This war skirt, and others related were used a lot by this tribe. It's design shows the diversity of this culture.
Native leather coat ~ rawhide, pigment, porcupine quills, glass beads, and deer hair ~ The Cowboy Way
Native American Indian War Shirts from Tribal And Western Impressions