Heidi Klum bares some skin in a skimpy leather vest that leaves little to the imagination as she poses in a bathroom mirror

Heidi Klum looked to be in a great mood on Friday, and she wanted all of her 9.6 million Instagram followers to know it. 

The 49-year-old supermodel left little to the imagination in a tiny black leather vest and matching skirt. 

The vest was held together in the middle by thin straps that barely held in her ample chest. Her skirt had a similar design running down the side of her right leg.

Feeling herself: Heidi Klum was feeling herself and she wanted all of her 9.6 million followers to know it on Friday

Feeling herself: Heidi Klum was feeling herself and she wanted all of her 9.6 million followers to know it on Friday

The dress' spaghetti straps were off her shoulders, hanging down underneath her armpits.   

The German-American megastar put a black and white filter with cartoon bubbles on the clip that floated and popped around her as she posed in the mirror. 

As she stood in the bathroom, she ran her hands all over her messy blonde hair and up and down the sides of her body. 

Baring some skin: The 49-year-old supermodel left little to the imagination in a tiny black leather vest and matching skirt

Baring some skin: The 49-year-old supermodel left little to the imagination in a tiny black leather vest and matching skirt

Barely contained: The vest was held together in the middle by thin straps that barely held in her ample chest

Barely contained: The vest was held together in the middle by thin straps that barely held in her ample chest

Filters: The German-American megastar put a black and white filter with cartoon bubbles on the clip that floated and popped around her as she posed in the mirror

Filters: The German-American megastar put a black and white filter with cartoon bubbles on the clip that floated and popped around her as she posed in the mirror

She flicked her luscious mane from one side to the other, giving fans a look at the entirety of her chest. 

The song Feeling Myself by Nicki Minaj, featuring Beyoncé, played over the clip, and some of the more suggestive lyrics came on during the end. 

'And I'm feelin' myself, jack rabbit/Feelin' myself, back off/'Cause I'm feelin' myself, j*ck off (Uh)/ He be thinking about me when he wh*cks off,' Minaj rapped over the clip while Klum ran her hand over the inside of her thigh and then up to her chest.

Klum captioned the snap, 'About last night ………,' and she turned off comments on the post. 

Playing with her hair: She flicked her luscious mane from one side to the other, giving fans a look at the entirety of her chest

Playing with her hair: She flicked her luscious mane from one side to the other, giving fans a look at the entirety of her chest

Classic song: The song Feeling Myself by Nicki Minaj, featuring Beyoncé, played over the clip, and some of the more suggestive lyrics came on during the end

Classic song: The song Feeling Myself by Nicki Minaj, featuring Beyoncé, played over the clip, and some of the more suggestive lyrics came on during the end

Suggestive: 'And I'm feelin' myself, jack rabbit/Feelin' myself, back off/'Cause I'm feelin' myself, j*ck off (Uh)/ He be thinking about me when he wh*cks off,' Minaj rapped over the clip while Klum ran her hand over the inside of her thigh and then up to her chest

Suggestive: 'And I'm feelin' myself, jack rabbit/Feelin' myself, back off/'Cause I'm feelin' myself, j*ck off (Uh)/ He be thinking about me when he wh*cks off,' Minaj rapped over the clip while Klum ran her hand over the inside of her thigh and then up to her chest

The 'Queen of Halloween's' post came just a day after she started prepping for her costume. 

The America's Got Talent judge shared a time-lapse video of a Prosthetic Renaissance staffer holding some sort of body scanner as she sat in a chair with her hair in a stocking cap while clad in a bikini top.

Using the hashtag #heidihalloween2022, Heidi - who boasts 21.4M social media followers - captioned her Instagram post: '...and so it begins.'

'Queen of Halloween': Klum announced Thursday that she has officially started prepping her costume four months ahead of the spooky holiday

'Queen of Halloween': Klum announced Thursday that she has officially started prepping her costume four months ahead of the spooky holiday

Last year, Klum - who canceled her last two parties due to COVID-19 - posted several spooky videos of herself recreating some of her favorite horror movie tropes including a shredded back.

In 2020, the Emmy-winning host - who relies on Oscar-nominated make-up artist Mike Marino - did two more subdued looks of herself blending into wall and a bedspread.

In 2019, Heidi debuted her most grisly costume - an alien with an exposed brain - for her 20th annual Halloween bash held at Cathédrale New York.

The German 49-year-old shared a time-lapse video of a Prosthetic Renaissance staffer holding some sort of body scanner
She sat in a chair with her hair in a stocking cap while clad in a bikini top

What could it be this year? The star shared a time-lapse video of a Prosthetic Renaissance staffer holding some sort of body scanner as she sat in a chair with her hair in a stocking cap while clad in a bikini top

Using the hashtag #heidihalloween2022, Heidi - who boasts 21.4M social media followers - captioned her Instagram post: '...and so it begins'

Using the hashtag #heidihalloween2022, Heidi - who boasts 21.4M social media followers - captioned her Instagram post: '...and so it begins'

'I start thinking about it on November 1. I usually have two or three ideas that I'm playing with and then I decide on one thing,' Klum told DailyMail.com in 2019. 

'So the next morning, I start thinking, "Maybe next year, I'm going to do that one that I didn't do this year." And then, obviously, throughout the year new ideas pop up because maybe I've seen a new or old movie, or was inspired by my travels.'

The America's Got Talent judge continued: 'I put a lot of pressure on myself to come up with something better and better every year. I don't want to let the costume lovers down. 

'I put a lot of pressure on myself to come up with something better and better every year': Last year, Klum posted several spooky videos of herself recreating some of her favorite horror movie tropes including a shredded back
She canceled her last two parties due to COVID-19

'I put a lot of pressure on myself to come up with something better and better every year': Last year, Klum - who canceled her last two parties due to COVID-19 - posted several spooky videos of herself recreating some of her favorite horror movie tropes including a shredded back 

Even in a pandemic! In 2020, the Emmy-winning host - who relies on Oscar-nominated make-up artist Mike Marino - did two more subdued looks of herself blending into wall and a bedspread

Even in a pandemic! In 2020, the Emmy-winning host - who relies on Oscar-nominated make-up artist Mike Marino - did two more subdued looks of herself blending into wall and a bedspread 

Gross: In 2019, Heidi debuted her most grisly costume - an alien with an exposed brain - for her 20th annual Halloween bash held at Cathédrale New York

Gross: In 2019, Heidi debuted her most grisly costume - an alien with an exposed brain - for her 20th annual Halloween bash held at Cathédrale New York

'I know there are so many creative people out there and fans that are excited to see what I do each year.' 

In 2018, Heidi dressed up as Princess Fiona while her third husband Tom Kaulitz dressed as Shrek.

In 2017, Klum transformed into the werewolf from Michael Jackson's iconic Thriller music video.

'I don't want to let the costume lovers down': In 2018, Heidi dressed up as Princess Fiona while her third husband Tom Kaulitz dressed as Shrek

'I don't want to let the costume lovers down': In 2018, Heidi dressed up as Princess Fiona while her third husband Tom Kaulitz dressed as Shrek

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Heidi Klum bares skin in leather vest that leaves little to imagination as she poses in mirror

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