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Our Clothing

 Our Core Value

Citrine Grey is built on a core value: When women feel confident, they have the ability and ambition to achieve exactly what they want out of life. This is especially important in the workplace. Citrine Grey's founder, Christine Grey, is a sales executive in the energy industry and believes, backed by science, that clothing can be used as a tool and armor for women in the workplace. Bored by the poorly fitting pants suits and muted patterns, Christine did not want to blend it but rather present herself as a professional with a fashion forward look. In February 2017, Citrine Grey was born through the first piece to the collection, the Marlowe high waisted pencil skirt.  

Our Clothing

We start our design process with our fabrics and we source them from all over the world. Most importantly, we use existing fabrics so as not to add to the fabric waste that is present all over the world. This also allows us not to carry large amounts of inventory and therefore presenting our customers with an exclusivity they won't find anywhere else. If you have a piece from the Citrine Grey collection, you likely have one of fifty pieces in the US. 

We are a slow fashion brand that prides ourselves in being sustainable, seasonless, and classic. If you don't feel chic, confident, and beautiful while wearing one of our pieces, we will make it right. That is how strongly we take our customers satisfaction. 


Clothing Care

  • Handmade in the USA
  • Do not Tumble Dry
  • Do not Bleach


Our top sizing is true to form and can be found in xsmall, small, medium, and large.

Our skirts and dresses hug the body more than a typical skirt. The spandex blended material is meant to provide support throughout the day and include sculpting panel inside. Due to increase demand, we have increased our sizing to be more inclusive. 


Size: 0-2

Size: 2-4

Size: 4-6

Size: 8-10

Our Fabrics

Our fabrics are sourced all over the world but made in US whether in NY or our hometown of Philadelphia. We try to use sustainable fabrics wherever possible.