A polite librarian is a good librarian.
I vote for the classic Hawaiian/bowling shirt with a book design.
I have a weakness for a man in a kilt.
A turtleneck. Or, at least, a slightly groomed full beard. Zany socks that peek out from under a crossed pant leg-- book or animal themed, if possible
Mmm, a kilt. Definitely.
The porn moustache! (I should point that I have one myself.)
Surely some corduroy and tweeds. Preferably somewhat crumpled, and definitely out of style by ten years.
A rubber thimble or a jaunty pencil behind one ear. (But only one.)
Crumpled linen jacket and trousers / sandals with woolly socks / an enigmatic smile
A Hawaiian shirt, tweed jacket, kilt, and knee high brown leather boots. Also, a welding cap.
Or, for the academic librarian candidate, a tweed jacket with leather elbow patches.
An MLS. How many males have those?
A bow tie and a shirt patterned with disembodied Snoopy heads.
Whatever you wear, gentlemen, just be sure it is wrinkled.
We interviewed a guy in a kilt with a book themed necktie & porn moustache.He didn't get the job.
Maybe sock garters. And I think one of those bluetooth headsets always adds that certain je ne sais quois.
It doesn't matter what the man wears, of course!But show a little skin and give the old gal's a thrill...
Vintage cardigan or homemade sweater vest. But it has to be homemade....
I just wanted to mention that my co-worker was wearing these today:http://www.geekologie.com/2007/08/29/glove-shoes.jpgAnd no, I don't work on the beach, I work at an inland university.
I find the egnimatic smile works every time
My vote is for a current holiday or season-themed cardigan.
I went into mine wearing jeans and a black t-shirt. I probably should have worn dress pants and a dress shirt.
For the summer interview, put the finishing touch on your ensemble by donning a pair of mandals.
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