Does a woman know what to put together an outfit to wear to work each morning? How to rock an outfit while doing her best at work or after hours?
Amy Grindrod is the Founder, Editor and Creative Director of Grey Mode. Learn more about her here and connect with her on Twitter, Facebook and Instagram. She is an MBA student and also holds a BA degree in Art with a concentration in Graphic Design. Creativity and business savvy is her middle name! She enjoys her career as a digital marketing professional and consultant.
Welcome to Grey Mode, a fashion & lifestyle blog established by Amy with an enthusiasm for all things style and fashion since January 2017, featuring either her own professional or personal style, what the others are wearing nowadays or on the runway. Professional or work style ranges everything from very conservative to creative casual or modern depending on where you work or the company’s dress code policy whether working in a corporate setting or running your own business.
This blog brings attention to the professional woman who is a seasoned career professional or just starting out in one’s career, including what to wear to an interview, being new on the job, or running a successful business. This blog also offers style and shopping advice for today’s busy business and career savvy women. Additionally, the blog covers fashion on the runway, fashion events, after hours fashion for a night out on the town by socializing with friends and family, or professional networking events. Besides fashion and style, the blog expands to include travel plus health, well being and food as a part of getting fit and developing healthy habits which are important to me too.
Regardless of the age or stage where you are at in your life, may this blog be accessible, informative and inspirational whether you are a recent college graduate or an experienced professional at your workplace in any profession while enjoying life to the fullest outside of work.
This blog is also dedicated to my mother, an impeccable professional woman in her own right, and wanted to make a difference too as a professional woman.