Cardigans and Librarians

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Chicago style blogger, Chicago botanic garden, little black dres with a cardigan


Dress – The Limited (similar) | Cardigan – The Limited (similar) | Necklace – Groopdealz (similar) | Shoes – Bandolino (same)

Today I’m doing a presentation on what types of jobs you can get with a Masters in Library Science so I figure it’s only appropriate that I wear a cardigan. I mean, what else do you associate with librarians other than cardigans?? Just kidding. I hope you associate things like books and education. Not just cardigans!

Although, in the interest of full disclosure, I do not consider myself a librarian (I’m a records manager) and I actually took these pictures yesterday at the Chicago Botanic Garden.

Actually, I love the Chicago Botanic Garden so much I think I need to do an entire photo shoot there. It’s so beautiful no matter what time of year you visit. In fact, I have taken photos there once before, when I showed you this casual outfit my mother-in-law brought me from Italy!

The only downside is that this time I was there sans photographer; so welcome back to the land of the point-and-shoot camera. And the land of me wearing another comfy dress outfit. Apologies for both.

Black dress with a purple cardigan at the Chicago Botanic Garden

12 replies on “Cardigans and Librarians

  1. Sabrina

    Love it! I am going to graduate from the Library and Information Science program at San Jose State Univ. this coming December, so I really can relate to this post!

    1. Erin @ Loop Looks Post author

      Oh, that’s awesome!! I’ve heard great things about SJSU’s program. Especially since they’re one of the few that has a records management specialization.

      1. Sabrina

        Yes, it has been great and I have learned so much. I am specializing in the tech side – databases and web applications.

    1. Erin @ Loop Looks Post author

      It was fun! We had a dean of the local library school, myself, an archivist, a digital archivist, and a library staff member who is currently in library school!

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