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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Naomi Bishop, Research Librarian, Ventana Medical Systems, Inc.
Solo Corporate Librarian 
Tucson, AZ
@ SLA Leadership Summit Memphis, TN View high resolution

Naomi Bishop, Research Librarian, Ventana Medical Systems, Inc.

Solo Corporate Librarian 

Tucson, AZ

@ SLA Leadership Summit Memphis, TN

Results from our bag poll are in! Librarians carry a variety of bags — solids, prints, and witty sayings. No matter what they look like, one thing is consistent: librarians carry a lot of stuff.

Product Manager, Corporate, Austin, TX

I got this Zendesk bag at a conference and carry it to work every day. 


I am information manager at The University of Manchester Careers Service. UK. I like this bag because its waterproof, will fit A4 files and  has lots of pockets and zip up compartments so I can find stuff and hoard loads of pens.

I am a YA librarian, for an urban public library in TX. I need a bag that I can carry on the bus (and easily maneuver my metro card out of); something that can carry my breakfast, my program planning notebook, all the books I’m checking in and out of the library any given day, and my cardigan I wear to survive the intense AC. Also I wanna look good, as image is everything with teens. So I wear this galaxy back pack daily.

I’m the Library Director of a very small public library in Pennsylvania and I carry this bag with me to work everyday, and I LOVE IT!

Liz Schoettle (@liz_schoettle) Public Library, Indianapolis, IN.
Jaye (@IAmYoweh) Senior Library Assistant, academic library from Cardiff (Wales!)

Amber Welch (@Amber_Welch ) is an academic librarian from Chapel Hill, NC. Her bag is from Figshare.

Elizabeth (@LizLieutenant is a library school student from D.C.
Wonder Woman and I (a corporate librarian in Ohio) voted, then availed ourselves of the lovely local parks system.

Wonder Woman and I (a corporate librarian in Ohio) voted, then availed ourselves of the lovely local parks system.

(L-R)
Jennifer Turley, Head Reference and Marketing Librarian at CenterScope Technologies/Optimus Corporation
Asheleigh Perry, Catalog Librarian at ITSolutions, Silver Spring, MD
Julia Jane Algire, Corporate Library Document Analyst at BlackRock, Seattle View high resolution

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Jennifer Turley, Head Reference and Marketing Librarian at CenterScope Technologies/Optimus Corporation

Asheleigh Perry, Catalog Librarian at ITSolutions, Silver Spring, MD

Julia Jane Algire, Corporate Library Document Analyst at BlackRock, Seattle