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‘That Says a Lot’: Rasheeda Frost Blasted for Wearing Designer Labels and ‘Rarely’ Wearing Her Store’s Brand



Love and Hip Hop: Atlanta” fashionista Rasheeda Frost is under fire for her expensive taste in fashion.

The 36-year-old reality star is getting slammed for apparently wearing designer brands more frequently than her own clothing label. Fans recently took issue with Frost after she posted a photo of herself draped in Chanel wear while posing in front of her Pressed clothing boutique in Houston, Texas.

Rasheeda Frost
Rasheeda Frost. @rasheeda/Instagram

She rocked a white Chanel button-down top retailing for $2,200, black bodysuit, camou-print joggers and a pair of the French brand’s sandals. She accessorized her look with a black Chanel clutch retailing for $4,500 and an apparent $495 Keith and James fedora hat.

“I ain’t got no free time all my s–t expensive!” Frost wrote in her Instagram caption on Monday.

Folks instantly slammed her.

“I rarely see her in her own clothes… 🤔🤔,” one person commented.

Another chimed in, “Never!! That says a lot. She always seeing designer.”

A third fan suggested her Pressed clothing was poor quality, writing, “It’s cheap!”

Rasheeda Frost
Rasheeda Frost attends Kandi’s Ski Trip viewing at Suite Lounge on May 17, 2015, in Atlanta. (Photo: Prince Williams/WireImage)

The 36-year-old hasn’t only been accused of not wearing her own Pressed labels, fans have also slammed her for being rude. In July 2018 there was a heated verbal altercation at her Houston clothing boutique due to her “no purchase no picture” policy.

Her mother, Shirleen Harvell, was working at the store during the time of the dispute and was asked by a pair of fans who didn’t purchase anything if she’d be willing to take a picture. She told them no, and then, after being accused of being rude, went off on them by saying what is rude is when “Black folks b—-in’ about how other Black folks do.”

The “LHHATL” actress never addressed the incident, but she continues to set her “no purchase no picture” policy at both her Houston and Atlanta Pressed boutiques.

Despite the backlash she’s received over her customer service and supposedly not wearing her brand, a great deal of fans still support Frost and apparently gain inspiration from her modish fashion style.

“Your outfits are so bomb 🙌🏽🙌🏽❣️❣️ I love @rasheeda style, she always remind me to wear color.”

“Rasheeda you always look nice you know how to dress girl 🔥🔥👑 my fashion go to!”

“You popping! I love your whole style best dress you motivate me when it comes to dressing keep going never ❤️😘.”

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