Rasheeda Frost‘s distinctive fashion sense is clearly unmatchable.
Fans of the “Love and Hip Hop: Atlanta” star have deemed her a fashion god, suggesting that her snazzy style is one of a kind. Frost recently switched up her “tomboy chic” fashions a bit, going for a more high-end voguish look.
She took to Instagram on Tuesday with an image of herself striking three different poses in one of her latest Pressed boutique ensembles. She sported a gray-and-lime-green snakeskin-like bodysuit retailing for $49.50 on her site, with a pair of yellow distressed jean shorts and yellow stilleto pumps. She accesorized her garb up with a handbag, seemingly gold-plated bracelets and oversized bamboo earrings.
The 36-year-old mother of two sported a bronze makeup look and wore her natural hair into a high bun.
“Good Morning ,” she wrote in her caption.
Folks swarmed Frost’s comments, showering her with a gang of compliments.
“Come thru sheeda you betta do itttt!!! You style is sickening! #flygirl”
“Rasheeda is a beautiful naturally beautiful ebony goddess I love the fit love.”
“Effortlessly slay sistah you make anything look good !”
“Yess queen with the melanin and natural hair I need to cop this entire outfit issa look .”
In June 2017, Frost was featured on Her magazine, and she spoke about combining her passion for fashion with an income. Although, she’s managed to turn her boutique into a multi-million dollar business, she said the most rewarding part is helping customers feel great about themselves.
“Being self-confident is the best accessory.,” Frost told the news source. “I love fashion. I always have. … The reason why I love having a store, is because I love for women to come in and be like ‘Can you take me out of my comfort zone?” I love to make them feel good. Put them in things that they wouldn’t pick up for themselves. Make them feel sexy make them feel amazing. And I get a sense of gratification from that.”
She continued, “I’m a business owner and I’m a person trying to make another woman feel good. And when you can do that through fashion – that’s like a common language, girl. We can talk fashion all day. And I love that.”
The “LHHATL” cast member currently owns Pressed boutiques in Atlanta and Houston.