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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This is Naomi, our new Reference Librarian! Naomi has been with us since she was a student worker, and we’re so happy to finally have her at the ref desk! She is wearing a great “structured blazer” that needed LW fame.
reference librarian
academic/community college library
connecticut

This is Naomi, our new Reference Librarian! Naomi has been with us since she was a student worker, and we’re so happy to finally have her at the ref desk! She is wearing a great “structured blazer” that needed LW fame.

  • reference librarian
  • academic/community college library
  • connecticut
reference librarian at a law firm Washington, D.C. 
sorry about the bathroom, also hi hello View high resolution

reference librarian at a law firm 
Washington, D.C. 

sorry about the bathroom, also hi hello

Shelley Fridell and I work in the Reference Department of Blount County Public Library in Maryville, TN.  Patrons tend to get us confused and sometimes we dress alike to mess with them.   View high resolution

Shelley Fridell and I work in the Reference Department of Blount County Public Library in Maryville, TN.  Patrons tend to get us confused and sometimes we dress alike to mess with them.  

Liz and Samantha, Music Librarian and Library Professional, Reference, Academic Library, Michigan.
We accidentally showed up at work dressed like twins!

Liz and Samantha, Music Librarian and Library Professional, Reference, Academic Library, Michigan.

We accidentally showed up at work dressed like twins!

Robin Brenner, Reference & Teen Librarian, Brookline Public Library, Brookline Massachuetts
As you all already caught me at ALA Midwinter, and I’ve been meaning to submit for a while, I thought I’d finally organize and send in my most recognizable attribute: my shoes!
I am known for loving vintage style (fascinators have been known to appear on my head at the Reference Desk), but my shoes are my real weakness, or strength, depending on how you look at it.  Here are an assortment of many of my winter favorites, Brady Brunch style.  My current roster of shoes live under my desk at work, except those Batgirl sneakers, which are, of course, what I wear when I walk around Boston (unless it’s snowing, then I break out the winter boots.) View high resolution

Robin Brenner, Reference & Teen Librarian, Brookline Public Library, Brookline Massachuetts

As you all already caught me at ALA Midwinter, and I’ve been meaning to submit for a while, I thought I’d finally organize and send in my most recognizable attribute: my shoes!

I am known for loving vintage style (fascinators have been known to appear on my head at the Reference Desk), but my shoes are my real weakness, or strength, depending on how you look at it.  Here are an assortment of many of my winter favorites, Brady Brunch style.  My current roster of shoes live under my desk at work, except those Batgirl sneakers, which are, of course, what I wear when I walk around Boston (unless it’s snowing, then I break out the winter boots.)

Young Adult/Reference/Social Media-You name it Librarian  
Richmond Public Library
Richmond, VA
@artsylibrarian View high resolution

Young Adult/Reference/Social Media-You name it Librarian  

Richmond Public Library

Richmond, VA

@artsylibrarian