Melanie Griffith, 62, shares age-defying underwear selfie with followers

Melanie Griffith left fans stunned (and a few with their mouths agape) when she shared a sexy snap on Tuesday, wearing nothing but her new lingerie.

Surrounded by an impressive shoe collection, the 62-year-old actress, who aptly said she had a "bod for sin" in Working Girl, took a mirror selfie as she posed in a black bra, undies and open-toe heels.

Griffith sent a shout-out thanking stylists Simone Harouche and Jamie Mizrahi and their new Kit Undergarments lingerie line for her stunning look.

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"So these 2 awesome, creative, incredibly chic stylists [Harouche and Mizrahi] have started this amazing new lingerie line [Kit Undergarments]. I love everything they have made and [by the way] want one of each," Griffith wrote. "They also donate a portion of anything you buy to charity."

BEVERLY HILLS, CALIFORNIA - SEPTEMBER 06: Melanie Griffith attends the Farrah Fawcett Foundation's Tex-Mex Fiesta at Wallis Annenberg Center for the Performing Arts on September 06, 2019 in Beverly Hills, California. (Photo by Rachel Luna/FilmMagic)
Melanie Griffith showed off her age-defying figure. [Photo: Getty]

In the photo, Griffith is donning Kit’s bra and the High-Waist Thong in Onyx.

The star credits her personal trainer, Gunnar Peterson, who she has been working out with for the past seven years, for helping her keep her body toned — and the results speak for themselves.

Fans were quick to share their astonishment at just how fit Griffith looks. While many wrote that the actress was "beautiful," "sexy" and "amazing," others simply wanted to know her secret.

"You must be super-dedicated and work so hard to look so fit," one person commented. "Do you work out every day? ... I’d love to know your workout regimen."

"How do you stay so spectacular?" another asked.

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One person wrote that the actress was her "inspiration."

Chris McMillan, the stylist and creator of "The Rachel" haircut, even suggested that the photo “should [be] your new head shot.”