The Girl Scout Uniforms

"[A uniform] gives a certain prestige in the community. When a girl is seen in uniform, people recognize her as a girl who is courteous and obliging… The uniform puts every girl on the same footing…[and] makes a useful dress for her to work and play in at the meetings."

—Girl Scout Leader's Manual, circa 1917

The Girl Scout Uniforms have changed numberous times over the course of 100+ years. There are different uniforms for the Daisies, the Brownies and the Cadettes. Some troop leaders require that their girls wear the full uniform to every troop meeting, eithers only require the vest or sash to be worn. The vest or sash must be worn while selling cookies, as it is one of the most recognizeable features of a scout.

Daisies

The Daisies are Girl Scouts who are in kindergarten and first grade. Instead of earning badges they earn participation patches and Learning Petals. The color blue is associated with Daisies. The link here will bring you to the Daisies online shop. Daisies are give the option between the vest, left, or the tunic, right.

Brownies

The Brownies are Girl Scouts who are in second and third grade. They earn badges and sell cookies. The color brown is associated with Brownies. The link here will bring you to the Brownies online shop. Brownies are give the option between the vest, left, or the sash, right.

Juniors

The Juniors are Girl Scouts who are in fourth and fifth grade. They earn badges and sell cookies. The color green is associated with Juniors. The link here will bring you to the Juniors online shop. Juniors are give the option between the vest, left, or the sash, right.

Cadettes, Seniors, Ambassadors

The Cadettes are Girl Scouts who are in sixth grade through eigth grade. Seniors are freshmen and sophomores in high school and Ambassadors are girls in 11th and 12th grade. They earn badges and sell cookies. One of their primary goals is giving back to the community. They are associated with the color tan. For their uniform they are given the option between a vest, left, or sash, right.