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May 09, 2021

In celebration of Mothers Day, Fran Highfield (@throughrosecolouredglasses)
gives us a sneak peak into her most special role yet -  motherhood.

What did family mean to you growing up?
It meant always having someone there for you no matter what. We were always out doing so many fun family activities together or spending time with my grandparents growing up so I have lots of good memories from that time of my life.

What is the most rewarding thing about being a Mumma?
For me it’s seeing the world through his eyes. It’s so special seeing him so  excited over experiencing something so simple or small for the first time. Children remind you what’s important in life. I also love that I have the opportunity and privilege to raise a good person of the world. There’s truly no greater gift than Motherhood. 

What values are most important for you to pass onto Bowie?
To always live his truth. To go out and learn and experience as much as he can. I also hope that he understands how powerful his words can be and to use them wisely. I hope he can see the good in others, to be kind and to have compassion and respect for them despite their differences. 





What’s one of the most memorable lessons you’ve learnt from your mum?
I can’t stop at one. There’s so many. She passed away when I was twenty two but she was the most kindest, most selfless and most caring woman I have ever known. She taught me the importance of family and most of all to be grateful, strong and resilient despite what life throws at you. Every day I aspire to be more like her. 

Best advice for balancing motherhood and worklife?
In all honesty... it’s tricky! I work a corporate job four days a week, run my social media in my (very limited) spare time alongside Mumming which is a full time job in itself! I try to give back to myself in small moments and fill my own cup with something easy like a quick meditation before Bowie wakes up or getting my partner Luke to watch him so I can have an extra hour sleep or get to the gym. I try to catch up with the girls every so often so I feel like I’m getting a break from both work and motherhood. 


Fran wears the Lola Luxe Maxi Dress ~ coming soon.

You have been part of the Kivari family for such a long time, what pieces are your favourite from the new collection?
I feel so grateful to be there since the start and have loved watching Kivari grow over the years. Absolutely obsessed with the Fleur Midi Dress, the Juanita Dress & the Abigail Knit.





 

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KIVARI | SIZE GUIDE

UPDATE TO OUR SIZE DISPLAY

With the launch of our new collection, Neveah, we have made a small change to the way our sizing is now displayed on our product labels and across our website.

Our brand sizes are now displayed in numerical format. This means is you have bought from us before, a size S for example, will now be displayed as a size 10.

We assure you, our fit has not changed, our beautiful pieces are still made to the same measurements, so the size you normally purchase will fit and feel the same too.

Sizing will continue to be displayed in Australian and International sizes for easy conversion and will also include body measurements in centimetres for your reference.
Please use the following as a guide to help you know where and how to measure your garments to decide the best size for you to buy.

Click here for more details on how to measure your body for the perfect fit. 

 

 

KIVARI 

US 

EU

BUST

WAIST

HIPS

XXS 6 2 32 80 60 89
XS 8 4 34 85 65 94
S 10 6 36 90 70 99
M 12 8 38 95 75 104
L 14 10 40 100 80 109
XL 16 12 42 105 85 114
XXL 18 14 44 110 90 119

 

 *All measurements are in cm. 

 

KIVARI DENIM 

AU/UK

US 

EU

24 6 2 34
25 7 3 35
26 8 4 36
27

9

5 37
28 10 6 38
29 11 7 39
30 12 8 40
31 13 9 41
32 14 10 42