This is just a brief overview of the Girl Scout uniforms for this time period. Sweeping changes came in the Fall of when the new Girl Scout uniform debuted. During this period the Mariner Uniform was launched, as was the official uniform for Mounted Troops, the adult Girl Scout uniform was revamped to look completely different from the girls' uniforms, official Girl Scout sweater was available and the first of many official Girl Scout shoes debuted. Other changes include changes to the Girl Scout Membership pin and fresh new insignia for the uniform. This is the uniform. At the neckline is a modesty shield.
Also, it's important to remember that many other girl organizations where wearing very similar looking khaki uniforms at this time; The Girl Pioneers of America, Girl Guards of the Salvation Army and even the Camp Fire Girls flirted with khaki briefly. The khaki-colored cotton-denim fabric of the old Girl Scout uniforms is probably the most iconic. It debuted in , but some good old blue serge was still kept on hand. At this time all Girl Scouts, even adults wore that same uniform. Many still made their uniforms at home, or had them made by skilled seamstresses. Continuity of fabric quality and shade as well as design was a challenge.
There seems to be a problem serving the request at this time. While the first troop consisting of 12 members wore uniforms inspired by England's Girl Guides, Low was instrumental in creating the first Girl Scout of America uniform that was released in You can find collectible Girl Scout uniforms available from periods throughout the Girl Scout's history.