It depends on who the indigenous are and what time period you are referring to. Because the native peoples could not produce manufactured goods (for obvious reasons), they had to make do with the skins of the animals they hunted. Some native groups even used tree bark to make into clothing. The plains tribes wore bison skins, and Inuit tribes used thick and layered skins to prevent themselves from freezing. The popular western culture depicts that native peoples wore loose skins withe feathers and beads woven into the fabric; this may be true for some native groups as with the arrival of the Europeans came beads, and feathers were considered to be a symbol of wealth and power to some of the groups. I hope this answered your question and if you are looking for any more information a good website to go to would be Wikipedia.