- Shania Twain rocked a neon bodysuit and thigh-high boots in a recent Instagram post.
- She wore the outfit onstage during her ongoing “Queen of Me” tour.
- Fans were obsessed with the look.
Shania Twain’s “Queen of Me” tour is well underway, and she’s keeping it interesting by switching up her stage outfits in each city she visits. At her latest stop in Indiana, she wore sky-high sparkly boots and a neon bodysuit paired with an XL blonde wig, and fans were into it, to say the least.
The singer shared photos of the look in action on Instagram—in one, she straddled a motorcycle with one leg in the air, in others, she twirled on stage, her bodysuit’s makeshift chiffon cape flowing behind her. She also shared a video of her leaving the show and waving goodbye to fans from her car.
“A lovely night in Indiana ❤️ #QueenOfMeTour,” she captioned the post. “PS—I had better luck saying bye to everyone after this show 😂.”
Fans showered Twain with love and appreciation for her fun style. “Queen! This outfit!!!” one person commented. “Literally SO ICONIC,” another added. “How are you perfect,” someone else wrote.
Twain has always been ultra-expressive with her fashion, especially on stage, and her decades-long career has given her a vault of incredible clothes to work with. That’s why she chose to give them new life on this tour.
In a May post, she shared a behind-the-scenes clip of the making of a performance outfit, all of which she has a direct hand in constructing. In it, she wore a pink wig and a pink top and played with the possibilities of a black chiffon cape.
“Wanted to give you all a sneak peek at what happens before each show backstage! Some of you have already noticed, but I’m creating new looks for every night using outfits I’ve previously worn 💖,” she wrote. “Some of these items have been over 10 years old!! Each outfit even has a name—This one is Holy Peach! Having so much fun giving these pieces a second life!!”
That’s kind of her fashion motto. Well, actually, she said it to ELLE verbatim in 2022. “My fashion motto is: Wear what is comfortable so that you wear it with confidence,” she said. “I also really love recycling fashion from my past wardrobe or going to shops that have vintage things. I’m not a slave to new fashion in that way. People are always giving me advice on fashion. I don’t always get it right. Except for leopard print—that I do get right.”
We think she got this look right, too.