Purchase Chic jeans at any value brand department store. Walmart and K-Mart are good places to look. These jeans have changed over the years to allow more of a comfortable fit. As of 2014, Chic jeans offer an elastic waist and a more relaxed fit, so you may not be able to find the old jeans you once loved in high school unless you shop at a thrift store.
When they were first introduced in the ‘70s, Chic jeans were branded as the jeans that were built for any proportion by the Henry I. Siegel Co. Throughout the 1970s and 1980s, Chic jeans were a staple in any woman’s wardrobe. People who couldn’t afford Gloria Vanderbilt, Jordache and Calvin Klein jeans gravitated to the Chic brand.
In the ‘90s, Chic jeans became obsolete, along with most of the other famous designer brands of the late 70s and 80s. Even though the jeans were largely unavailable, Chic continue to produce designer clothing.
The VF Corporation, previously known as Vanity Fair Mills, owns the Chic label as of 2014. Rock & Republic, The North Face and Vans are all a part of the VF Corporation line-up. The company began in 1899, and its first clothing products were undergarments.