Shania Twain looks 'stunning' in black coat during White House visit: 'So classy!'

Shania Twain shares carousel of photos from White House visit in black faux fur coat and matching hat via Instagram/ @shaniatwain
Shania Twain shared photos from her recent trip to the White House. (Photo by Nicky J Sims/Getty Images for Bauer Media)

Shania Twain is feeling festive.

On Thursday, the country music icon took to Instagram to share a carousel of photos from her recent trip to the White House.

The snaps featured her dog, Saffi, singer Gloria Estefan, rap legend LL Cool J, a painting of Michelle Obama, and plenty of holiday decorations.

The "Any Man Of Mine" songstress posed in a floor-length black faux fur coat with a matching hat by fashion designer Marc Bouwer.

"Hi MTV, welcome to my crib… just kidding," she quipped in the caption for her 1.8 million followers. "It's the White House, and it’s gorgeous — decorated beautifully for the holidays!"

"I was reunited with Gloria Estefan," she continued. "LL Cool J was impressed with my cowboy hat filter. Saffi and I ran around causing mischief. What a surreal, beautiful day."

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In the comments, fans praised the 57-year-old's festive photos and "timeless" look.

"Your outfit is giving. So classy and timeless!" an Instagram user commented, while another added, "Ah! You look so lovely!"

"Shania, this post solidified every f—ing thing I love about you! You are the queen!" someone else wrote.

Another fan commented: "Omg! You look Amazing! And Saffi too!"

"We love a festive queen! You look stunning," one person penned.

In an interview with Bustle earlier this year, the "Waking Up Dreaming" singer opened up about breathing new life into her music career.

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In addition to her upcoming sixth studio album "Queen Of Me," she has also been revamping her wardrobe by overcoming internalized "fear" and "insecurities."

"I'm having more fun with fashion than I did when I was younger," she shared. "Maybe with age I’m just less apologetic for how I look and I let fashion do its job."

"I was never a pushover, ever in my life," she recalled. "I took control wherever I could...I took charge...From a very young age, I had to let a lot roll off my back. Fear, my insecurities. These are things that are not allowed to get in the way of my dreams and my forward motion."

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