Rasheeda Frost, co-star of VH1’s “Love and Hip Hop: Atlanta,” is being deemed as one of the best dressed celebrities.
The reality veteran who describes her style as “tomboy chic” took to Instagram on Tuesday, March 19 with a photo of herself donning garments from her Pressed boutique. She apparently modeled the attire in the comforts of her home and sported a multi-colored silk button-up top with yellow neon distressed jeans and a pair of light-yellow Louboutin pumps. She accessorized her naught look with a blue and red fedora, oversized watch, gold chain and a circle pendant.
Frost set her ensemble off with her sleek razor-cut yellow ombré bob. She wrote in her Instagram caption, “When you re-rock your favorite top fit pressed .”
Fans instantly fawned over how vogue the 36-year-old mother of two looked while dishing her the title “fashion icon.”
“Ok! Now that’s a Serious Look !” one fan commented underneath Frost’s photo. “She is a fashion icon. Such a strong and classy Black women.”
Another added, “@rasheeda you stay killing the Game ! Love your style, your motivation, your uniqueness, your ambition and ETC #Classy n’ Sassy #Blackgurlsrock.”
“Yassssss…hunty you give me life every time I see your fashion ,” someone else commented. “I love it You better walk on thru .”
Frost initially only sold her merchandise online in 2011, but decided to open a store-front a few years later. She told Footwear News in June 2017 that opening a physical store location allowed her to get up close and personal with buyers.
“Having an online store for so many years, I wasn’t able to be personal with the customers,” the reality star said. “But now that I’m in the store a lot and working with people — pulling them out of their comfort zones and putting them in pieces they normally wouldn’t wear, [then] seeing the self confidence just come across their face — the gratification from that is amazing.”
Although the retail industry can be stressful at times, Frost said she enjoys using her passion for fashion to empower the women who admire her.
“Women come in the store, and they’re like, ‘My husband and I are starting date night,’ and I’m like, ‘Girl, we have to turn up for him — I know you ain’t been turning up!’” she added. “It goes from that extreme — where someone feels too plain — to myself and my glam team making over cancer patients or mothers who have been struggling to find a job and need help getting dressed for an interview. We do whatever we can do to help women and keep them strong and focused.”