Rasheeda Frost is giving the fashion world competition with her snazzy fashions.
The “Love and Hip Hop: Atlanta” actress recently changed up her wardrobe for the spring, adding denim and bright colors to her Pressed boutique. As usual, fans raved over the celeb’s eccentric style as she modeled her new garb on the ‘Gram.
She took to her social media feed on Tuesday evening and showed off her sassy fashion sense. She sported a black bodysuit, orange denim distressed jeans retailing on her site for $84.50, and a distressed flooring denim jacket retailing for $96.50. She accessorized her look with a pair of yellow-and-red multi-color pumps, a mustard-colored fedora, yellow drop earrings, and a black Balenciaga wristband (not available in her boutique) retailing for $195.
For hair and makeup, Frost opted for a sleek low ponytail and a festive makeup look including a red lippie.
Fans in the celeb’s comments went gaga over her vibrant look.
” You’re absolutely beautiful and such a inspiration to many woman Yo outfit is LIT you stay sharp boo.”
“You kills it every time when your fave push thrus for the spring .”
“I’m loving this denim and pop of color for the season you stay fly Auntie @rasheeda.”
“I dont like ripped jean’s but I would sure rock those you’ve always been my favorite.. ur style is amazing.”
The “LHHATL” star describes her personal style as tomboy chic. She currently owns two Pressed boutiques in Houston and Atlanta. She launched her store in 2011 and initially sold her merchandise online. However, she decided to open a storefront a few years later to have the opportunity to get up close and personal with her customers.
“Having an online store for so many years, I wasn’t able to be personal with the customers,” she told Footwear News in June 2017. “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.”
The 36-year-old mother of two admitted that retail can be stressful at times, but noted that she enjoys using her passion for fashion to empower the women.
“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 said. “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.”