There are things about the items of clothing you mentioned that are sacred, that aren’t meant to be used on a day to day basis, or if they are, they’re not meant for people outside of a certain demographic. I don’t know if you’re any religion, but if you’re a Christian or familiar with Christian iconography, it would be similar to someone, who wasn’t a priest, donning a priests collar because it was cool. Those clothes mean certain things to certain people. I know you’re white, which means, as far as ethnicities are concerned, you are at the top of the totem pole. Your ancestors either conquered and enslaved, and beat down countless people of another ethnicity, or they came from a culture that wasn’t “white” (like German or Irish) and dropped their cultural identity to become “white”. In either way they benefitted from being white, and they passed that privelege on to you. Don’t abuse it.
If you like Native American, East Indian, or Hispanic cultures there are ways to show that appreciation without stealing their most sacred iconography. Stop being a part of the problem. Educate yourself about these things, and think about what it would mean to be a part of a culture that’s had everything, but its religion taken away from it