What you think it says: I have an appreciation for indigenous cultures.
What it really says: I don't care who I offend as long as I look cool.
You might be up on this trend from fashion and streetwear labels, but American Indian tribes aren't having it. In fact, most people who rock this gear are most likely ignorant of the cultural significance of prints and headdresses, not to mention the dicey history of atrocities commited against American Indians by—you guessed it—white people. More recently, Urban Outfitters caught flack for their so-called "Navajo Panty," not just for the item, but using the Navajo name. Oof. Just pass on this trend. Solids are more timeless anyway.