Christina Aguilera puts on a busty display in low-cut vest as she heads for low-key dinner in Paris
She always manages to look effortlessly chic.
And Christina Aguilera proved that less is more as she arrived at Costes restaurant in Paris for dinner on Monday clad in all-black.
Nailing Parisian glamour, the 38-year-old singer was a vision of beauty as she made her way out of her car.
Showing off her ample cleavage, the Fighter hitmaker donned a low-cut black vest that she teamed with tapered trousers and patent boots.
Despite the fact that France is currently being hit by a heatwave, the New York native appeared to be feeling the chill as she layered up in a waterfall coat.
Christina finished off the look by styling her platinum blonde locks up into a tight topknot and accessorising with a delicate amber pendant.
Christina's trip to Paris comes after she felt 'all types of emotional' as she marked the 20th anniversary of Genie in a Bottle last week.
The popstar asked her six million Instagram followers to share their own memories of the hit track from her 1999 self-titled album as she thanked her fans for 'riding with me all these years' this weekend.
Alongside the artwork for her debut album, on which Genie in a Bottle was the lead single, she wrote on Instagram: 'Hi lovies! Today marks 20 years since #GenieInABottle was released… got me feeling all types of emotional!'
She added, 'At just 18 years old, I remember coming home from Japan and seeing that it had reached #1 on the Billboard charts and feeling so grateful and happy that you guys loved it as much as I did.
'Thank you thank you thank you for riding with me all these years.'
The blonde ended with, 'My fighters, I love you! #xxtina.'
The hitmaker also relayed some interesting facts about the recording of the song, including that it was made in a tiny home studio and that she shot the scene on a beach in Malibu, in which she rocks a crop top and shorts, in 'freezing' weather.
Just before the hit single turned two decades old, Christina admitted she would 'feel good' if her children wanted to follow in her footsteps.
The Fighter hitmaker - who began performing in talent shows as a child and landed a role on The All-New Mickey Mouse Club when she was 13 - would 'support' Max, 11, and Summer, four, if they asked to become singers and is confident she has the knowledge to help guide them to stardom.