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

Library Assistant IV 

Academic Library

San Francisco, California 

Crazy Tights Day at the North Carolina Digital Heritage Center - brought to you by staff as well as students of UNC-Chapel Hill’s School of Information and Library Science.
The NCDHC is a Digital Library, providing digitization and digital publishing services to institutions throughout North Carolina. 
And we wear awesome tights. View high resolution

Crazy Tights Day at the North Carolina Digital Heritage Center - brought to you by staff as well as students of UNC-Chapel Hill’s School of Information and Library Science.

The NCDHC is a Digital Library, providing digitization and digital publishing services to institutions throughout North Carolina.

And we wear awesome tights.

Teacher-Librarian, middle school library in Adelphi, MD. Tokidoki cardigan, Jones New York faux wrap skirt, metallic tights, and pearls <3 View high resolution

Teacher-Librarian, middle school library in Adelphi, MD. Tokidoki cardigan, Jones New York faux wrap skirt, metallic tights, and pearls <3

Rachel Moani, Youth Services Associate, Public Library in Washington State. Storytime is more fun with flowers in your hair! View high resolution

Rachel Moani, Youth Services Associate, Public Library in Washington State. Storytime is more fun with flowers in your hair!

Testing out the new Reading Room on Gloucester Street in Christchurch, New Zealand. This initiative reflects some of the transitional and temporary architecture after an earthquake on 22 February 2011.
This Transitional Reading Room parklet is adjacent to the new proposed Central Library site.
More photos of the Reading Room.
EditorLibrary Web TeamChristchurch City LibrariesNew Zealand View high resolution

Testing out the new Reading Room on Gloucester Street in Christchurch, New Zealand. This initiative reflects some of the transitional and temporary architecture after an earthquake on 22 February 2011.

This Transitional Reading Room parklet is adjacent to the new proposed Central Library site.

More photos of the Reading Room.

Editor
Library Web Team
Christchurch City Libraries
New Zealand