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Fans are loving Jessica Simpson's latest look.
On Wednesday, the 41-year-old shared a photo with her more than 5 million Instagram followers in which she strikes a pose in a russet-coloured button-down midi dress and thigh-high boots.
"Get shoppin’ 'til you’re droppin’! Last Day for guaranteed Christmas delivery is today!" she captioned the photo, referencing shipping cutoffs for her own fashion brand.
Fans quickly gushed over Simpson's trim "hourglass" figure, telling the star that she was looking "better than ever."
"This is seriously the best she's ever looked. The glow-up was real," another added.
"First of all, the weight loss? Yes, honey," someone else wrote. "You look amazing. Your waist is snatched, the facial structure is snatched, and so is my wig. This is a whole look,"
"It's the hourglass waist for me," a fan said.
"Obsessed with this dress and those boots on you," another person chimed in. "Such a good look,"
The praise over Simpson's look comes as a positive change in tone, less than a year after the "With You" singer faced criticism for looking "too plastic."
In April, Simpson shared a fresh-faced selfie posing with her husband, Eric Johnson, and their three children, Maxwell, 8, Ace, 7, and Birdie, 2, to celebrate Easter.
"He has Risen, and so have we!" the singer and designer wrote. "Good Lord that was an early morning."
Unfortunately, the post was met with disapproval from her followers, claiming that her face looked "scary" and suggested the star underwent plastic surgery and dermal fillers.
"Botched much? Girl, you look way too plastic," one user wrote. "I'm so sad that your daughters have to look up to this. You're supposed to be a role model. Practice self-love."
"OMG. What the hell did she do to her face?" asked another.
"What’s wrong with her lips?" someone else added. "She was so naturally beautiful. She totally messed up her face. Way too overdone. I’m sorry. She doesn’t even look the same."