For over a century, Girl Scouts have proudly worn distinctive uniforms that symbolize the high ideals for which Girl Scouting stands. The Daisy tunic is pictured above—vests are also available. Place your first Journey awards at the bottom of your tunic. As you earn additional Journey awards, work your way up. If your Journey awards and badges don't fit on the front of your tunic or vest, you can wear them on the back.
Girl scout vest
Uniforms - Girl Scouts
Learn where to place different Girl Scout awards and emblems on a sash or vest, including the troop numbers, Girl Scout membership pin, and skill-building badges. A Girl Scout may wear a vest or sash as part of her uniform. Her vest or sash may display the following items. In general, earned awards are displayed prominently on the front of the sash or vest, and fun patches and non-official emblems go on the back. Insignia, which consist of the World Association pin and Girl Scout pin placed on a felt tab, go over the girl's heart, on the left side of her vest—or pinned to her shirt if she has a sash. This Cadette vest displays a bunch of fun patches on the back. White [Public domain], via.
Official Junior Vest
For over a century, Girl Scouts have proudly worn distinctive, grade-specific uniforms that symbolize everything a girl can achieve through Girl Scouts. Girls from each grade level have one official uniform item a sash, vest, or tunic to display badges, pins, insignia, and awards. This item is required when girls participate in ceremonies or officially represent Girl Scouts.