|Girl Scout Uniforms|
|Girl Scouts may choose to wear uniforms at meetings or Girl Scout events to:
A Girl Scout is proud to wear her uniform because it symbolizes the high ideals for which Girl Scouting stands.
As of October 2008, an official sash or vest worn with a white shirt and khaki pants is required when girls participate in ceremonies or officially represent the Girl Scout movement in any capacity.
Each age level has a different uniform:
Daisy Girl Scouts (ages 5-6) can wear a tunic over their clothes and place their Membership Pin, Learning Petals, and participation patches on them.
Brownie Girl Scouts (ages 6-8) can wear a uniform with either a sash or vest to display their Try-Its and other insignia. Other options include the new Hooded Sweatshirt and Pull-on Pants, introduced in 2004, or various shorts, leggings, skorts, pullover jumpers, turtlenecks, and T-shirts.
I loved the uniform when I was a kid. Dressing up is part of the fun!
There are several options where to purchase GS uniforms and gear, On-line or at the Girl Scout office New Berlin resource center.