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Newsworthy Fashion

A somewhat stale stereotype about librarians is that we tend to be conservative dressers: sensible shoes, ill-fitting clothes from a generation ago, and unfortunate decisions about hair. Lately, though, it's been pretty well-documented that we can also be a hip, well-dressed lot, and the NPR library is no exception. I submit to you just one day's worth of librarian fashion in the following slideshow.

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