Girl Scout Pajamas, Robes & Slippers

The first official sleep-related item was offered in 1930, a lounge robe - but the first set of pajamas didn't show up until 1937. A wide range of styles were offered throughout the years, always with the official Girl Scout logo - somewhere on the item.

The first  Girl Scout "Lounge Robe" 1930 -1933, note the angular "GS" logo. R-481, R-482, K-911

 Girl Scout Bathrobe, 100% Wool, 1934-1935, J-401

1935-1937

This new Girl Scout Bathrobe (left) is also 100% wool. GS logo is on the left breast pocket and the sash has silk fringe. 8-403

Note the official Girl Scout slippers! Dark green leather with the trefoil stamped on the tongue. 5-721

 

Close-up view of Girl Scout Bed Room Slippers 5-721 (above)

These two catalog images show the same Girl Scout bathrobe 8-403. Although the number matches the bathrobe shown above for 1935-1937, this robe has buttons and a cloth sash.

1937-1942 8-403

Girl Scout Pajamas 8-410, 1937-1939

Note the official Girl Scout Radio - it was a real thing, but was only offered for sale through a Girl Scout Christmas catalog for 1939. I've never seen a real one.

These Girl Scout Slippers are the same code 5-721, but are now described as moccasin style - 1941.

The first Brownie Girl Scout pajamas 8-414

1938

The first Brownie Girl Scout Bathrobe (8-604) and Slippers,

(5-726) 1937

The Girl Scout Housecoat 8-415 had flower shaped buttons.

1938-1940

These Girl Scout pajamas similar to the pj's above and carrying the same code number 8-410, but differ with the placement of the trefoil, has a gather on the bodice,no sash and came in an extra large size.

1941-1942

These sweet little Brownie pj's 8-414 were available from 1940-1942

1943-1945

1947

1947

1954

1953

1951

1951

1950

1950

1950

1950

1947

1949

1959

1959

1961

1961

1965

1990

1986

1986

1986

1981

1981

1970

2000

1990

Site originally launched November 18, 2000

Copyright 2020 Vintagegirlscout.org

...