If there's one person who lights up the screen it's Alia Bhatt.
The actress is an icon to many who look up to her, especially when it comes to style and fashion. In her recent Instagram post, the actress shared a picture of her at the beach in the cutest little matching set from her brand Edamamma.
We tried to recreate this 'sunshine' look from the on-going sale at Myntra. Most of them are night suits, but they are so cute that you could even wear them out for lunches or to even lounge at home.
So grab them before they run out of your size!
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