Like Mothers, Like Daughters: The Real Moms of Chico’s

Amazing women aren’t born− they’re raised, by other amazing women. Where would we be without Mom’s unconditional love and unsolicited advice? (Probably wearing body glitter somewhere…but that’s a different blog post.)

This month, our associates open-up about the fabulous women who raised them− the moms behind minds making Chico’s all that it is. We knew it came from somewhere.

My mom is special to me for so many reasons. She has always been more than a mom to me− she is my best friend. She was my matron of honor in my wedding and I could not have pictured it any other way. I wanted her by my side every second. My mom is a wonderful woman− kind, caring and she puts everyone before herself. She sacrificed so much for me as I was growing up and did not even think twice. She would work all day, spend the evenings with me at the horse barn and she gave up just about every weekend to take me to horse shows. Without her I would not be the person I am today and I am thankful every second to have such an amazing woman in my life! To sum it all up: My mom is simply AMAZING!  —Macy Newman, Chico’s Visual

She taught me how to be the best mom I can be! My mom is my best example. —Katrishia Vega, Chico’s Graphic Designer

My mom dreamed of being a grandma someday. Her dreams came true and she’s now a Gigi of 4, most recently twin girls! She is the most thoughtful, loving, and strong woman I know. She’s always putting others first and deserves a million thank yous every day. One of her favorite sayings that my sister and I always tell her is, “Thanks, Mom! You’re the greatest!” So, that’s exactly what I would say to her: “Thanks, Mom! You’re THE GREATEST!” —Jessica Ridgeo, Chico’s Merchant – Woven Tops

No matter what obstacles life has thrown at my Mom, she always faced them with courage and overcame any challenges. Her strong will and sense of self stand as a constant reminder of how I want to live my life. ​I owe all of my success and confidence to her and she deserves to know every day, but especially on Mother’s Day, how much she means to me. Thank you for all that you do, Mom. Happy Mother’s Day! My mom is COURAGEOUS. —Ashley Gray, Chico’s Merchant – Travelers

Now that I am a mother, I realize how much my mom means to me. She is the example of the mom that I strive to be for my daughter: thoughtful, caring, loving and always there for me no matter what. She is steadfast in her beliefs and values, the same values that I want to pass on to my daughter. If I had to sum up my mom in one word: My mom is STRONG. Angela Howard, Chico’s Graphic Designer

My mom is an inspiration to me because she is brave. She is always ready to tackle a new challenge whether it be a new hobby or just being there for her children. My mom is my role model, she is my hero. My mom is FEARLESS.Ashley Edmunds, Chico’s Merchant – Outlet

Here are some more amazing Chico’s moms, and a few short words about what they mean to us:

You May Also Like

19 Responses

  1. My daughter is my inspiration. She is fearless and currently a Chico’s employee in Flower Mound, TX, earning money to pursue her passion in horseback riding before heading to college. Sitting in 2nd place nationally for her division, in less than a month she will be heading to American Eventing Championships! A great achievement considering the trials this last year of broken bones, concussions, and competing a new horse. Rather than give up, she has stayed focused and worked hard! Kudos to my inspiration, Ryan!

  2. Wendy Pinsky Grasso

    I know Helene from college, way before Chicos existed. She always had a sense of flare about her. I’m not surprised she was & is the mainstay, with her husband, of this wonderful store.
    Any body type can wear their clothes.
    I shop in Chicos often.

  3. Susie Williams

    I enjoyed reading all of the beautiful articles in regards to: My Mom is Fearless.” I can relate to most of the words spoken from daughters to their Mother. My Mother has been diagnosed with onstage dementia. She has good days and not so good days. I can say without a doubt, “My MOM is Fearless! ❤️

  4. Joyce Pelphrey

    I have been wearing your clothes since you have had stores in the malls. I get so many comments about my style and “where did you get that.” I still have some of my original purchases from the 90’s and still wearing them. They never seem to go out of style. I still have some of the original Travelers jackets and pants and they are still like new. Style, quality, and good prices with wonderful coupons, what more could a woman ask for. Love you Chicos and thanks for making me look good for all these years. I really don’t know what I would do without you.

  5. I’m really loving the theme/design of your site.
    Do you ever run into any internet browser compatibility issues?
    A small number of my blog readers have complained about my website not working correctly in Explorer but looks great in Opera.
    Do you have any advice to help fix this problem?

  6. I believe what you said was very reasonable.
    But, consider this, suppose you added a little content?
    I ain’t saying your content is not good, however what if you added a title that grabbed
    folk’s attention? I mean Like Mothers, Like Daughters: The Real Moms of Chico’s – Inside Chic is
    kinda vanilla. You might peek at Yahoo’s
    home page and see how they create article headlines to get viewers to click.
    You might try adding a video or a pic or two to grab readers interested about what you’ve
    written. In my opinion, it would make your posts a little bit more

  7. Fantastic goods from you, man. I’ve understand your stuff previous to and you’re just too excellent.
    I actually like what you have acquired here, really like what you’re stating and the way in which
    you say it. You make it entertaining and you still take
    care of to keep it wise. I cant wait to read much more from you.

    This is actually a wonderful site.

  8. Howdy just wanted to give you a quick heads up and let you know a
    few of the images aren’t loading correctly. I’m
    not sure why but I think its a linking issue. I’ve tried it in two different web
    browsers and both show the same outcome.

Leave a Reply