Girl Scouts may choose to wear uniforms at meetings or Girl Scout events to:
- make them easily identifiable to each other and to the public
- foster a feeling of unity among members, and
- reinforce the sense of belonging to the Girl Scout Movement.
A Girl Scout is proud to wear her uniform because it symbolizes the high ideals for which Girl Scouting stands.
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.
The official uniform for adults is navy blue business attire worn with a Girl Scout scarf (either Legacy or Promise) and membership pins for women and the Girl Scout Service Mark tie for men.
Each age level has a different uniform: