Could do for a Girl Scout too, using her vests or sashes.
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Love this nature craft that also combines outdoor time. "What do you see in the picture frame?" Great for any season!
Starting in 1977, the Girl Scouts completely revised all age level. A "rounded program" included something from the "Five Worlds (of Interests) to Explore;" The World Of Well-Being (red), The World of People (blue), The World of Today and Tomorrow (orange), The World of the Arts (purple), and the World of the Out-of-Doors (yellow). Added was "Girl Scouting" (green). The use of a rainbow started at this time, for example, the age level "Bridging" awards are modifications of the rainbow theme.
In the early 1990s was when the Girl Scout started to use corporate navy blue in the adult uniforms. It is very evident on this page here. Suprisingly around this time I knew of many leaders that wore the green "Bill Blass" dress, often, sewn at home. It was a much cheaper alternative. Or more common, leaders were still wearing the logo print blouses and the green slacks or wrap-around skirt. This is a page from the 1993 Girl Scout Catalog.
Overlap from the Stella Sloat and the Halston uniforms mid 1970s. The pant suit based on the Stella Sloat dresses are what I remember my troop leaders wearing. I never knew anyone with a Halston uniform that was not an employee of the Girl Scouts.
The Stella Sloat Girl Scout Uniforms 1968 through 1968 - 1978
While described as a Vintage Senior Girl Scout Garrison Style Cap, 1940s With Girl Scout Pin. This looks more like the Adult hat of the same era. Worn from 1939 through 1948 with all of the green adult uniforms. The Adult Mariner Scouts wore a similar one in navy blue, same fabric as their uniforms
Senior Girl Scout Cap. Styled on the "overseas cap" worn by the US military, it was the definitive and distinctive hat worn by Senior Girl Scouts from 1938 through 1971 (or longer in some areas) Starting in the mid-50s there was a colored cord and insigne denoting Interest area.