All eyes were on Rasheeda Frost earlier this week after she shared a “no bra” fashion post.
When the “Love and Hip Hop: Atlanta” star isn’t filming in front of a green screen, she’s dabbling in fashion. She often posts photos of herself modeling garments from her boutique Pressed.
On Sunday, she took to Instagram with an image of herself posing in pink, high-waist flared pants coupled with a light green T-shirt emblazoned with the words “No Bra Club.” She accessorized her outfit with a light pink handbag, an oversized watch and a circle pendant.
Flossing in her blond wig, Frost wrote in her caption, “Sometimes you just need a little flare .”
Although fans raved over her saucy fashion style, her undergarments are what really grabbed their attention.
“Clothes look good butttttt you have a bra on!!Yep, I looked!.”
“OooooowweeeeI see your bra but the fit is fly .”
“No bra club? Then why are you wearing a bra? you’re just so damn fly! Love it!”
“ its a bra at the no bra club but that’s why I like Rasheeda!! Every outfit looks classy. Bossin up out here!!”
Frost,who put her rap career on the back burner in 2016, has said that just as music was always her passion, so was fashion.
“I love fashion, “she told VH1 during an interview. “Music is the reason I am into fashion and am able to be the entrepreneur that I am, but for the most part I think I’ve evolved into a little fashionista.”
When asked how she would describe her personal style, she told Footwear News, “My personal style is tomboy chic with an extra edge to it. I’m not a girly girl, so it’s more of a relaxed tomboy type of swag.”
Frost said she’s not big on wearing spandex fabrics and bodycon dresses, but she can turn any not-so-cute outfit into her own personal style.
“I don’t wear lots of body dresses, but that’s just me,” she said. “If I do wear a body dress, I have on like a cardigan or something over it. I just feel like I don’t need to do [body dresses] all the time. But that’s not something I wouldn’t be caught dead in — because I’d wear it, but I’d just wear it differently, with a denim jacket or something like that. But I think whatever gets thrown at me I can just pull it together.”