Librarian Wardrobe

Not always buns and sensible shoes, librarians at various types of libraries have different styles (and dress codes). Check it out here or submit your own.

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We all wore this accidentally on the same day!
Adult Librarian, Teen Librarian, Children’s Supervising Librarian
Public Library
California View high resolution

We all wore this accidentally on the same day!

Adult Librarian, Teen Librarian, Children’s Supervising Librarian

Public Library

California

Highlights from California Association of Research Libraries (CARL) conference, 2014, San Jose, CA

Top: Erika Montenegro, East Los Angeles College

2nd row left: Peter Hepburn, College of the Canyons

2nd row right: Christal Young, University of Southern California

3rd row: Gretchen Keer, CSU East Bay & Margot Hansen, California Maritime Academy

4th row left: Daniel Ransom, Holy Names University

4th row right: Christina Mune, San Jose State University

5th row left: Young Lee, University of La Verne College of Law

5th row right: Rebecca Halpern, University of Southern California

Library Assistant IV 
Academic Library
San Francisco, California  View high resolution

Library Assistant IV 

Academic Library

San Francisco, California 

Sometimes librarians can be quite dapper.
Youth Services Librarian
Public Library
California
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Sometimes librarians can be quite dapper.

  • Youth Services Librarian
  • Public Library
  • California
Bookmobile librarian, Santa Clara County LibraryAlthough, this is not an “on the road” day. This is an office day where I tend to wear nicer things. You can get a little dirty on the bookmobile and you never know when your muffler is gonna fall off.  View high resolution

Bookmobile librarian, Santa Clara County Library
Although, this is not an “on the road” day. This is an office day where I tend to wear nicer things. You can get a little dirty on the bookmobile and you never know when your muffler is gonna fall off. 

Librarian I/II, Children’s, Oakland Public Library and Alameda County, California. 
I just got this for Christmas yesterday. My husband was like, “Why do you need a leather tool belt?” I fitted it out with all the necessities to run almost any library craft program just to show him how relevant of a gift this actually is. 
In case any one is interested that belt holds the following: a full size stapler, glue, a single hole punch, tape, scissors, pencil, a sharpie, a pen, and digital camera. All stuff I’ve totally used for a single program. If I was at work, I’d probably stick photographic permission forms in there too, as well as stickers for crying children.  View high resolution

Librarian I/II, Children’s, Oakland Public Library and Alameda County, California. 

I just got this for Christmas yesterday. My husband was like, “Why do you need a leather tool belt?” I fitted it out with all the necessities to run almost any library craft program just to show him how relevant of a gift this actually is. 

In case any one is interested that belt holds the following: a full size stapler, glue, a single hole punch, tape, scissors, pencil, a sharpie, a pen, and digital camera. All stuff I’ve totally used for a single program. If I was at work, I’d probably stick photographic permission forms in there too, as well as stickers for crying children. 

Erin the Librarian. Wearing my entirely second hand outfit (thrift stores are the best) and hanging out in the graphic novel section at the Berryessa Branch in San Jose, California.  View high resolution

Erin the Librarian. Wearing my entirely second hand outfit (thrift stores are the best) and hanging out in the graphic novel section at the Berryessa Branch in San Jose, California.