Emma Stone is the cover girl for Marie Claire's September 2017 issue. And, the La La Land actress channelled sexy cowgirl-chic vibes for the photo shoot.

The 28-year-old's photo was shared on the magazine's official Instagram page, wherein she is seen in a nude Dior dress embellished with illustrated animals. Stone showed off her cleavage and wore a cowgirl hat to complete her look.

Thrilled to announce our September cover star, Emma Stone! The Oscar-winning actress plays legendary tennis champ Billie Jean King in this month's @battleofthesexesmovie—click the link in our bio to read highlights from her conversation with @sarahkatesilverman on how the role taught her to find her voice. Photograph by @gregkadelstudios and styled by @edmondalison Hair by @mararoszak Makeup by @rachelgoodwinmakeup Manicure by @nailsbyemikudo Set design by @jamiedeanstudio

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Alongside the cover pic, the magazine's official Instagram page wrote, " Thrilled to announce our September cover star, Emma Stone! The Oscar-winning actress plays legendary tennis champ Billie Jean King in this month's @battleofthesexesmovie—click the link in our bio to read highlights from her conversation with @sarahkatesilvermanon how the role taught her to find her voice."

Fans are in love with Stone's cover photo as one user commented, "Omg .!!! I am Obsessed & In love with this cover" and another noted, "I'm buying all the magazines this month."

"This is going to be a great issue!" commented a fan of the Amazing Spider-Man star. The Academy Award winner also revealed that playing famous tennis star Billie Jean King in her upcoming film Battle of the Sexes has certainly helped her with communicating better.

She told the magazine, "I would say playing Billie Jean was a bit of a game changer. I am very nervous to communicate my opinions a lot of the time, especially publicly...[Billie] is so direct and confident in the way that she communicates what she believes is right."

Stone continued, "To be able to step into that was a pretty powerful experience. It's something that I still don't feel entirely comfortable with, but it was also one of the great parts about playing her."

Talking about her past struggles with speaking out, Emma told the Magazine, "There is so much power to our voices, and we need to speak out. That's something that I struggled with in the past, but it's very hard not to feel galvanized right now, politically or consciously."