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The GSUSA National Board updated the Girl Scout uniform policy as of October 2008 to reflect the changing needs of our members and transformation of the Girl Scout Leadership Experience. Girl Scouts at each level have one required element (Tunic, Sash or Vest) for the display of official pins and awards which will be required when girls participate in ceremonies or officially represent the Girl Scout Movement.
For girls ages 5 to 14, the unifying look includes wearing a choice of a tunic, vest, or sash for displaying official pins and awards, combined with their own solid white shirts and khaki pants or skirts. Girl Scouts in high school can also wear a scarf that unites their look with the sisterhood of Girl Scouts around the world. Girl Scouts at the Daisy and Brownie levels will continue to have a full uniform ensemble available.
For adult members the unifying look of the uniform is a Girl Scout official scarf (or tie for men), worn with the official membership pins, combined with their own navy blue business attire.
Adult Girl Scouts may wear navy or Khaki bottoms, with any navy, white, cream, Girl Scout uniform component tops, be in casual or formal uniform. They may mix and match from Girl Scout items as well as their own items, as they choose. They may wear one of the 3 scarves if they choose. They must wear their pins. Most people choose navy for the formal look and the khaki for a more casual look. If they choose to wear their own clothes not Girl Scout items (navy, white, cream Tee-shirt, sweater set, navy suit, etc. for example) they MUST wear it with one of the three new official scarves.
The scarves may be worn with the casual look as well as the formal uniform. The World Badge and the Girl Scout Membership Pin should always be worn.