Traditional Secwepemc clothing was made up of mostly animal hides and pelts. Men wore shirts that were often decorated with fringes of buckskin, feathers, or tassels of dyed hair. The men wore leggings and breech cloths as well. Women would wear dresses made of buckskin that would either be belted or worn loose and decorated with animal dentalia, bone beads, quills, and shells. Extra clothing would be made for colder weather such as hats, gloves, socks, robes, and extra leggings.
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