Rasheeda Frost is lighting up the internet once again with her edgy style.
The self-made “Love and Hip Hop: Atlanta” fashionista showed up and showed out this week with her chic contemporary wear from her clothing boutique Pressed. She sported a black “savage” graphic tee with a pair of distressed denim shorts and orange sock boots.
She added a pop of color to her wardrobe with a lime-green shoulder bag and accessorized her look with a gold bangle, pendant and small hoop earrings. Frost opted for a bronze makeup look, including gold eye shadow and chiseled cheeks. She also added a little more pizzazz to her mien with her swooped side ponytail.
Frost added in her Instagram caption, “Self made ‘SAVAGE’ 😜.”
Her post was instantly bombarded with a mass of compliments.
“My boo is always slaying 🔥🔥😍❤️. Yesss Rasheeda I truly admire you, Truly Beautiful.”
“U know u be dressing like a true boss. I love your style and can’t wait to visit your store.”
“Sheeda you looking over there like a mf… Looking like a steak with A1 sauce that outfit is everything 😻.”
“Girl you fashion is so bomb you stay snatched all the way together I love me some you 🔥.”
Around 2016, Frost hung her coat up as a rapper and transitioned into becoming a fashion entrepreneur. Since doing so, she’s encountered a few hardships, such as learning the ropes of becoming a business owner, but she noted it was her drive that kept her going.
“It was tough and it took a toll on me,” Frost told Forbes last April after being featured as a “rapper turned entrepreneur.”
“I doubted myself and felt like I had to work so much harder than anyone else,” Frost said. “My ambition and self-respect kept me going. Now that I am a business owner, I have doubted if I could keep going and be successful with the many things I am working on. But you only get one shot at life,” she added.
The “LHHATL” star noted then that success isn’t just a straight and narrow path, saying there will be a road of obstacles future entrepreneurs will experience.
“There isn’t one right path to be successful. But it definitely comes from personal motivation, drive and being OK with not knowing the answers,” she said. “You also can’t let others discourage you. We live in a time where people are always trying to knock your hustle or take you out of the game by trying to be your competition. Even if you’re doing something that someone else is doing, figure out a way to do it your own way, a better way.”