Jessica Simpson is showing off her steamy style.
The actress, singer and fashion mogul, 40, shared a photo of herself modeling a snakeskin-print swimsuit from her clothing line on Tuesday, writing in the caption, "Give me steam."
In the photo, Simpson strikes a fierce pose in the snow while wearing the Snake Charmer One Piece from the Jessica Simpson Collection.
She capped off the look with a white parka jacket and matching fur-lined boots.
Simpson's fashion brand also shared the picture, which was shot by photographer Kristin Burns, from their Instagram account.
"Did someone turn the heat up?! ♨️ #[email protected] in all new swimwear!" the label captioned the shot.
Many of Simpson's friend and followers quickly flocked to the comments section to react to her sexy look.
"How do you stay so hot in all that cold? 🤔," her longtime friend CaCee Cobb jokingly commented under the post on Simpsons' account.
"🔥🔥🔥," hairdresser Rita Hazan wrote.
Recently, Simpson opened up about being comfortable in her own skin, sharing that she's now feeling more confident than ever.
"I have fewer wrinkles at 40 than I did at 38!" the Open Book author said in an interview with Shape.
"During this pandemic, I've gone down a skin care rabbit hole. I'm obsessed with doing red light therapy treatments at home. I place the anti-inflammatory device everywhere on my body, including my scalp, stomach and boobs," Simpson said.
According to Simpson, the device helps treat her ongoing battle with eczema, which got worse after welcoming daughter Birdie Mae, now 21 months.
"I've dealt with eczema since I was a kid. But after having Birdie, I had such bad flare-ups that I wouldn't even show the pictures of me holding her to my friends," the star — who also shares daughter Maxwell Drew, 8, and son Ace Knute, 7, with husband Eric Johnson — said.
Last year, Simpson spoke to PEOPLE about her struggles with eczema, saying that she hopes that her honesty will inspire others to feel like their best selves.
"I am always open. I'm open about my insecurities and my flaws, and if I can help inspire anybody to feel better about themselves, that's why I'm here," Simpson said. "I'm always out to empower women, empower people to feel better about themselves."
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