For over a century, Girl Scouts have proudly worn distinctive uniforms that symbolize the high ideals for which the organization stands. Wearing a Girl Scout uniform shows the world that a girl is proud of her commitment to the Girl Scout Promise & Law.
Girl Scouts at each level now wear one required element (tunic, sash, or vest) to display official pins and awards. Girls can mix and match pieces from the official Girl Scout collection to complete the uniform or add items from their own wardrobes.
The initial official Girl Scout insignia on a girl's uniform includes a flag, troop number, council ID, tab, and membership pins.
Girl Scouts at each level now wear one required element (tunic, sash, or vest) to display official pins, badges, and awards. Girl Scouts can mix and match the official Girl Scout store pieces to complete the uniform or add items from their wardrobes.
When girls participate in a more formal event, such as attending a
town hall meeting or conducting an official flag ceremony, it's nice
to appear in unified, polished attire.
The unifying look for girls ages 5 to 14 is their Girl Scout uniform component (tunic, vest, or sash) combined with their own solid white shirts and khaki pants or skirts. Girl Scouts in high school can wear a scarf that connects their look with that of Girl Scout sisters worldwide. Girl Scouts at the Daisy and Brownie levels have a full uniform ensemble available through Girl Scout Shops.
The unifying look for adult members is official membership pins combined with their navy blue business attire. An official Girl Scout scarf and tie are available in GSWO retail shops.