I am almost sure that they were most if there cloth that is made out of animal skin that they hunt and of if they decorate them then it would be with beads
The Apache were a south-western tribe who wore clothing adapted to the hot desert climates of New Mexico, Arizona, and the surrounding areas. Men wore little clothing outside of a loincloth and moccasins on a regular day. Women often wore light-weight, blanket-like clothing with moccasins. Cold nights brought out woven blankets for either gender.