The first Girl Scout uniforms were a simple dress or coat dress, with an official tie, hat, belt, and socks. The only choice was which color tie a troop would wear. Older troops had a choice between socks and hose. Once decided, every girl was to dress in the same leg wear.
Girl Scouts at each grade level have one required element (tunic, sash, or vest). This is meant for the display of official pins and awards, to be worn when girls participate in ceremonies or officially represent the Girl Scout Movement. The wearing of uniforms unites girls as Girl Scouts.
All GSEP properties and buildings, including camps, are smoke-free, vape-free, and tobacco-free. Smoking any substance (including herbal cigarettes), vaping (or e-cigarettes), and tobacco use of any kind, are not permitted by any person inside or outside any GSEP buildings or anywhere on GSEP properties. Smoking, as described above, in the presence of Girl Scouts is prohibited on and off GSEP properties when acting in a staff or volunteer capacity. This policy protects the image of Girl Scout staff and volunteers as role models for girls. It also prevents fire and smoke inhalation, including second-hand smoke, on GSEP properties and during Girl Scout activities.
Our council shops are your resource for Girl Scout uniforms, pins, badges, books, and more. Beyond the basics, we also carry fun accessories, sportswear, and unique gift items for girls and adults! Shop at any one of our three locations or place your order by mail, fax, phone, or email.
Complete an order form showing the items you wish to purchase (all items excluding earned recognitions and gift cards). Email it to Customer Care at email@example.com. Once we have pulled your order together, a store associate will reach out for payment, please be prepared with a credit card or program credits number. If picking up, we will confirm a day and time for pick up while collecting payment information.
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.
Ordering from the Council Retail Shop Shipping is available for shop merchandise. You can place orders here or directly with your local Girl Scout Shop by phone or email. To order directly from our council shop please call (520)319-3145 or email our retail manager at firstname.lastname@example.org!
Girl Scouts at each level have one required element (tunic, vest or sash) for the display of official pins and awards, which will be required when girls participate in ceremonies or officially represent the Girl Scout Movement. View a diagram showing where each item is placed on the tunic, vest or sash.
If you have any questions or concerns regarding Girl Scouts in your area, please contact Jenny Jones, Senior Director of Community Engagement and Advancement at email@example.com or 662-350-6041.
Required at all Girl Scout events, each girl wears one official uniform item: a vest, sash, or tunic she can customize with each new achievement. Check out the uniform diagram for help on where to place insignia, pins, and badges.
Shop safely from the comfort of your home! Place your order today by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org or calling (503) 977-6802. Our council's Girl Scout shops carry all Girl Scout uniforms, insignia, badges, guides, and a variety of fun and useful items that you can explore via the catalogs below.
Please note that program credits are not currently accepted online. If you are ordering with program credits, please contact us by email or phone to place your order. Please note that not all items carried at girlscoutshop.com are available to purchase with program credits.
Depending on your event's needs or the availability of the Shop on the Go, a Travelling Shop is also able to come to your troop or service unit event. The travelling shop includes a few tables set up with a limited number of items, which usually includes uniforms, insignia, GSLE books/guides and other items relating to the event or activity or that you specifically request. Travelling Shops are perfect for troop meetings or smaller events. Questions Email Kandy Rose at email@example.com.
This information above is brought to you by the GSACPC History Committee and the Barbara Anderson Girl Scout Museum. If you would like to learn more about Girl Scout history or schedule a visit at the museum, please visit girlscoutsaz.org/museum. 59ce067264