‘Body Confidence doesn’t come from trying to achieve the ‘perfect body’. It comes from embracing the one you’ve already got’.

Hey everyone,

Today I thought that I’d share with you a post that is close to my heart and that everyone needs to be talking about more.

Some of you who follow my Instagram will know that I posted a while ago touching on the topic of social media and its potential to have negative impacts on body confidence. You can see my post here  [link].

While we all don’t want to admit it, many of us have an extremely complicated relationship with our bodies. Beyond all the photos on social media like 90% of people, I tend not to show my flaws or insecurities.  I pose, I wear makeup, I filter my images and try to show the best parts, but beyond the wall we may put up, we all have insecurities- we all have parts of our bodies that we may not like so much.

I’m no expert, but I feel like social media has a huge impact on people respecting and loving themselves for who they are. These are only my personal thoughts and feelings towards the subject, but I believe more people should be talking about these issues so we can support one another and help lift the pressures that social media can put on us..

I see so many beautiful, incredible, talented and unique men and women around me comparing themselves to others and not feeling happy, healthy or beautiful in themselves because of these societal pressures.

I’m not here to say that platforms, like Instagram are bad – because they aren’t.

It actually happens to be one of the tools that has helped me massively over the last few months to overcome a lot of negative feelings that I’ve had towards myself, my health and the way I feel about my body.

I was choosing to follow people that I ended up comparing myself to daily and who were making me feel less confident, uninspired and that my body wasn’t ‘good enough’. This was in no way anything to do with them, it was just how I would feel when coming across certain images. I decided to unfollow some of these people, to see if it would stop me from constantly putting myself down about certain areas of my body. It has helped, and allowed me to realise that Social media does have a huge effect on us all. I mean a lot of us are on it between 2-6 hours a day, which is a crazy amount of photos/accounts that you could be looking through, which could be causing you to feel less confident.

Social media has the ability to cause people to feel insecure and unsure of themselves as result of our needs to compare and ‘live up’ to what we see online. Every day we see the best moments of people lives through Instagram. We have to remember there’s much more that goes on in peoples lives behind the screens, so whilst you’re scrolling through those holiday body and underwear selfies remember, Instagram doesn’t always reflect real life.

We shouldn’t be sucked into the comparison trap or obsessing over other peoples images. It has a huge impact on how you feel and view yourself, and how you feel on the inside.

The one thing I wish I’d learnt a while ago (which may seem like the obvious), is that no matter how I eat or exercise I will always have a unique body and it will never mirror anyone else’s exactly.

It really is about how you feel on the inside and your outlook on things that has the most positive impact though.

Being happy is about balance. Accepting that we all have our own insecurities and that we all have good days and bad days – but life is short and accepting parts of yourself along the way helps.

What’s important to emphasise is that we are all different – we all live different lives, have unique, beautiful bodies that come in different shapes sizes; we lead different lifestyles and have individual ways of expressing ourselves.

It’s good to tune in to your mind and body and its perfectly OK to ask for support or to talk to someone about how you may be feeling.

Embrace yourself. Embrace your bodies. Our bums, boobs, arms, stomachs, lumps, bumps, scars, spots and hair, are all natural, normal and beautiful. All those things that are made out to be ‘judged’ or ‘frowned upon’ when THEY ARE NOT, they are normal and natural.

Focus on what makes you happy and what makes you feel good. If you feel insecure or alone, remember there will be someone who loves and cares about you and it’s okay to reach out and ask for help. We need to spend less time worrying and more time focusing on all the lovely things we’ve got. I’m still learning and I know it takes time but its important to focus on how you FEEL, not just on how you LOOK. Confidence comes from learning what works for your body and balance.

Don’t feel bad if you still wish your body looked different or you don’t love everything about yourself. It’s all a journey, of learning about yourself. Appreciate yourself. I know I’m still learning a lot.

Everybody should be accepted without the judgement of others, just always be YOU.

Love, India Moon. 


Hello again you wonderful bunch!!!

Hope you are all having a good week! Its Tuesday,  not even mid week and I’m already a little exhausted and ready for the weekend (I mean who isn’t).

I thought I’d share with you a little post about my favourite new jeans, that I absolutely love from Topshop! These are the amazing ‘Black Jamie Jeans with the Lace up front detail’, which they also do with a lace up side of the leg!! I’d recommend getting these online as in the Brighton Store we only have about one or two left, as they are selling out so fast!!

I styled these with a little White Crop Tee from Zara, and my Black Bralet from Missguided! I can’t find this online anymore but there are loads similar or if you can’t find one from there, try Pretty Little Thing they always have some great ones! I’m also wearing my Black and White Hi-Top Old Skool Vans, a little heads up I can’t get enough of Vans so they will probably be on my feet for all my photos!

Hope the rest of all your weeks are good, and you all are happy and well!

Love, India Moon. 

Hello All you wonderful people!!!

Happy Happy Monday!!

Its a week today since I went to the amazing Benefit event in Brighton with the goregous and inspiring Lola Hoad who is the creator of ‘One Girl Band’ and Tashie Tinks the lovely youtuber, fashion and beauty blogger!

I thought I’d just do a little post about the event and what we got up to and show you some pictures from the evening! I was super excited when I was invited to go to my first ever event! I decided to take along my lovely bestie Pia Woodvine, and If haven’t seen her instagram its a must..her style is to die for!!

We arrived at 5.30pm and we were greeted with cute little sweet pots and pink champagne, a combrination of my favourite things. We spent the start of the evening meeting and chatting with the other girls there, which was so lovely being surrounded by such inspiring creative people. In the corner of the room there was a brow studio to get your eyebrows waxed, tinted and styled by the incredible Benefit Makeup and Brow Artists!

This was a must for me, since I have never ever had my eyebrows done! (Kinda sounds like my eyebrows would be running wild by now.. but they barely grow!). We also got the chance to personalise our own tweezers, which was super cute!  Now if you haven’t tried Benefit tweezers you need to…They are so good!!

Later on in the evening, we all got called downstairs to see the new upcoming brow mobile, which will be travelling around the UK to transform everyones brows!! The car was amazing, and the interior on the inside was even better!! After that we finally had a Q&A with the inspiring Lola Hoad, who is an incredible entrepreneur and creator of ‘One Girl Band’, with so much wisdom. She spoke to us about social media, productivity, becoming your own boss, positivity and confidence. If you haven’t checked out her Instagram then you need to- CLICK HERE for the link! She creates beautiful greeting cards, with positive quotes and messages!

After meeting Lola, we had a Q&A with the lovely Blogger and Youtube Tashie Tinks, who spoke all about her journey becoming a successful blogger and tips on staying positive and motivated!

It was such a great evening, and I loved it all!! I also received a sweet little goody bag with some great products in! so I thought I’d also share with you all what I received!

Lola Hoad Design Card ‘You’re a Keeper’.

Benefit Cosmetics- Angled Brow Brush & Spoolie.

Benefit Cosmetics ‘They’re Real’ Mascara. (This mascara is great, really makes your eyelashes look longer!)

Benefit Cosmetics ‘Bene Balm’- Which is such a lovely tinted balm.

Benefit Cosmetics ‘License to Blot’ Which is an Oil Blotting stick.

and finally My cute little personalised Tweezers (With my nickname Inds).

I’ve tired them all out and I love everything!

So thanks again to Benefit Cosmetics for such a fun event!

Love, India Moon. 


Hello Everyone,

Hope you’ve all had a great week and are ready for the weekend as much as I am! 

I just want to say thank you to whoever you are for taking the time to come look at my blog, it really means a lot!! 

Here is another little spring outfit, which I can’t wait to wear on some sunny evenings! I actually went and tried this outfit on several times, saying to myself ‘you don’t need that, you have no money and you already have two wardrobes full of clothes’… but after trying it on for the fourth time, I just brought it. Lets just say I probably like clothes a little too much.

This beautiful pink suede jacket is from Zara, it feels absolutely amazing! It was pricey and it’s also not on the website anymore…, so I’ve also linked  few similar one from Berskha here- ‘Faux Suede Biker Jacket‘  which is slightly cheaper and just as nice! 

My white flared trousers… I’ve been searching for, for months! Now, my short little leggies don’t usually like flares because my feet end up disappearing, so when I found these and they were slightly shorter, I was like ‘YOU ARE MINE’. These babies are from Berskha- ‘Wide White Trousers’! 
I’m wearing these with my White cropped American Apparel Tee and the amazing new Primark rose detailed bralets, I don’t usually shop in Primark but had to go have a look at these cute little bralets, and was super suprised with how lovely they are, they also fit perfectly! Oh yes.. how can I nearly forget my beautiful Hi-Top Old Skool Pink Vans (The only website I can find them on is HERE!!! I think I almost cried with excitment when I unwrapped these at Christmas! If you haven’t already, go check them out…they have zips at the back too for easy access, which is great if like me it takes you forever to put any type of lace up shoes on! 

Anyway, have a wonderful weekend you lovely bunch! 

Love, India Moon

Similar Jacket: Berskha here- ‘Faux Suede Biker Jacket

Berskha- ‘Wide White Trousers’

Vans- ‘Hi-Top Old Skool Pink Vans’




Hello Lovelies!!

So this weekend the clocks went forward, which means lovely light spring mornings and evenings!! I love this time of year because it means summer is just round the corner, and the sun makes me happy!

A little life update on me at the moment, As life at Uni has been crazy busy, so blogging can’t be number one on my to do list. I think sometimes I have to remind myself to stop and take a minute to just do nothing. I study Digital Film Production in London, so I commute to Uni 3-4 times a week, which I love, (the course I mean, not the commuting) I don’t think you can really love that. I’m basically looking forward to my week off to relax with no trains in sight, and lots of easter chocolate in the sun…thats my plan anyway. I know I’ll probably be knee deep in work, but one can dream…

I’ve decided to do this post about my favourite new spring jacket,  which if you follow me on Instagram you will see I’m slightly obsessed.This ‘Yellow Crop Denim Jacket’ is from Topshop (like most of my wardrobe)! Which is actually a co-ord but unfortunately the skirt sold out super quick so I didn’t manage to get my size! Also if you want a summery yellow jacket check out Missguided, they have some lovely little suede ones which are a great price too!

I’m wearing my Topshop ‘Black Ripped Jamie jeans’, and although it’s getting warmer I couldn’t brace being bare legged just yet! So a ripped knee is the most leg, I’ll be showing for now. I’m also wearing my Misspap ‘Nadia Fishnet Tights’ and my NA-KD ‘Lets get Nakd‘ Tee by the Vanessa Moe collection, which is super soft, I kinda wish I had about six more of these for every day of the week. and YES, I’m one of those people who will re-wear an item of clothing until I buy something else that takes it place. So you may see me in this whole outfit a lot from now on…

and for all you lovely people visiting my blog for the first time, just click the name of the item for the direct link or have a little scroll to the bottom of the page to find all my outfit details there too!

Anyway enough blabbering on, have a wonderful start to all your Easter breaks and hope you all get lots of sun, chocolate bunnies and eggs!!

Love, India Moon. 


‘Topshop Yellow Crop Denim Jacket’.

Topshop ‘Black Ripped Jamie jeans’.

Misspap ‘Nadia Fishnet Tights’.

NA-KD ‘Lets get Nakd‘ Tee.