The term chic is a colloquialism for a person who has high standards in fashion.
The term has also been used as a catchall for a group of people who enjoy dressing up and looking stylish.
The term is commonly used in social media and is not limited to the fashion world.
For example, a trendster on Instagram wrote: I love my chic.
I love the clothes.
I wear them for everything I do.
I have an obsession with clothes.
This is my girl.
The concept of chic was originally coined by fashion photographer and fashion critic Anna Henningsen in 2011.
Henningsens blog post was later republished in a fashion magazine and has since been popularised by fashion blogs such as Style Lab and Mimi & Moi.
“It is a new concept,” says Hennins blog post.
“People are using it as a term of endearment, a term that people have created to say ‘this is who I am, this is who my friends are, and I think you should be like that’.” Hennains blog was first used in an episode of the MTV reality series ‘Real Housewives of Beverly Hills’.
The show features three models and the winner is chosen by a jury to wear a new look.
In recent years, the term has become synonymous with women who wear fashion.
It has also gained popularity in the fashion industry and has been used to describe people who dress up in a particular way, such as as a chic woman, a designer, or a stylist.
The term originated from a tweet by fashion blogger, Kate Koehler, on May 1, 2011.
Koehl wrote: #hippies are so chic!
This is a term I started using a few years ago when I realized how cool it was to be able to be yourself.
Hina has also become popular online as a hashtag.
People who identify as chic or fashion conscious use the term to express their style, whether it be a sense of fashion sense or a sense that they are in the mainstream.
Koehler has been credited with popularising the term, although the term itself is not the focus of her social media posts.
Mimi &s; Mois Twitter feed has more than 23,000 followers and includes images and hashtags.
But many people feel the term can be offensive, with some saying it is degrading.
Some people have also used the term as a derogatory term, with Twitter user @thejoey_yorker calling the term a racist slur.
“You can call them chic.
You can call us chic.
We are chic,” she tweeted.
Twitter user @yorky_yyorker said.
“Cultural appropriation is a thing.
We can call you out on it.””
If I’m going to be the first person to be called out on my culture, then I have to be very, very careful of what I say,” she added.
Others have also taken to Twitter to voice their anger.
On Instagram, user @bitch_the_waffle posted: This term is offensive.
I know the word ‘cis’ is a word that is not used, but this term, I have been told by other people, is offensive to people of colour and queer people.
I am so angry.
Another user, @lisa_maddie_, posted a video of herself saying the word “cis”.
“I think it’s disrespectful and offensive to not understand what the term means.
I’m a white, cis, straight person and I don’t feel like I’m being called out,” Maddie told BuzzFeed News.
Many people have criticised the hashtag for not being inclusive enough, and not including enough people of different backgrounds.
However, @bash_daniel posted a comment on Instagram saying that the term “cotton tweed chic” was “a perfect way to celebrate all things chic”.
Miley Cyrus has used the hashtag on social media in recent years and she has said she wants to become a chic girl herself.
Her tweets have been seen as a response to people who have criticised her style choices in the past, with fans calling her out on the term.