Avril Lavigne looks 'stunning' on the cover of INLOVE Magazine: 'Punk queen!'

LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA - MARCH 22: (FOR EDITORIAL USE ONLY) Avril Lavigne attends the 2022 iHeartRadio Music Awards at The Shrine Auditorium in Los Angeles, California on March 22, 2022. Broadcasted live on FOX.  (Photo by Rich Polk/Getty Images for iHeartRadio)
Avril Lavigne is back with another pop-punk look. (Photo by Rich Polk/Getty Images for iHeartRadio) (Rich Polk via Getty Images)

Avril Lavigne is showing off her signature pop-punk style on the cover of INLOVE Magazine.

On Monday, the 38-year-old "Complicated" singer took to Instagram to share a carousel of photos from the magazine shoot.

The Canadian singer posed in a pair of light blue Versace denim shorts, a pale pink crop top, black lace-up platform boots and and fishnet stockings.

For glam, she rocked her signature smoky eye with heavy black eyeliner. The musician accessorized with her glitzy engagement ring, which was given to her by fiancé Mod Sun.

Lavigne paired the photos with a short caption that tagged INLOVE Magazine, Donatella Versace and the glam team responsible for her "stunning" look. She also added orange and black heart emojis.

In the comments, fans praised the Canadian's "spicy" outfit.

"OK, this is a spicy look and I am here for it. So gorgeous and ageless!" an Instagram user penned, while another added, "You look bada—."

Another wrote: "Stunning as always!"

"Slaying with the photo shoots," a fan commented.

One person shared: "Punk queen!'

"I love your new look, but I can't lie... I already miss your long hair!" someone else chimed in.

In October, Lavigne unveiled a dramatic new haircut — courtesy of fellow pop-punk artist Yungblud, whom she recently collaborated with on her latest song, "I'm A Mess."

In the video, Yungblud chopped off her long blonde and orange hair while she sat on a toilet repeating, "I need a beer!"

"Are you ready? Are you nervous?" the 25-year-old "Tissues" singer asked before lopping off several inches of Lavigne's signature locks. "I'm going to cut it into a bob for you."

"'I'm a mess,'" Lavigne cleverly captioned the post, teasing the title of their song.

She also added a comment that said, "I can't believe we did this to my hair."

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