Originally, there was a red scarf worn with it, and other accessories could include a belt, a dark green basque style hat, and Girl Scout socks. The proficiency badges are worn on the sleeve.
This uniform was manufactured before WWII as the front zipper was replaced with buttons during WWII. It was worn by Carol (Melby Hastings) Fingerson in the mid 1940s.
In honor of the 100th anniversary of Girl Scouting, a collection of “Girl Scout Uniforms Through the Years” is on exhibit at the Museum now through March.