“Love and Hip Hop: Atlanta” celeb Rasheeda Frost apparently committed a fashion faux pas this week.
The television personality and her cast mates began filming for the “LHHATL” reunion special this Wednesday, and fans got a sneak peek at the their dapper attire. The one person who folks seemed to be checking for the most seemed to sadly disappoint with her look.
The “Boss Chick” took to her Instagram Thursday afternoon and posted a photo of herself and her husband Kirk Frost behind the scenes of the reunion special, which was shot at Tyler Perry Studios in Atlanta. Kirk was photographed wearing a classic white T-shirt, silk blue pants and a floral bomber jacket, and Rasheeda sported a white lace dress, a pair of transparent heels and an orange bodysuit underneath. Her ensemble cinched at the waist and included embroidered fur patches that resembled shoulder pads.
She wrote in her caption, “Anotha one…. @frost117 💙💙 #aboutlastnight #lhhatl #reunion.”
Rasheeda apparently stuck out like a sore thumb and disappointed fans with her getup, to say the least.
“Should have wear a white underneath instead of that orange or a white bra. what a mess of a dress🙄.”
“That dress is a noooo. Out of all the fly outfits you have… you piced this one for reunion 🤦🏾.”
“Was it a costume party with those outfits 😡😡 I’m so disappointed what Sheeda got on?”
“What in the hell does Rasheeda have on 💀💀.”
The 37-year-old actress seemingly takes pride in having a distinctive fashion style and doesn’t conform to fashion norms.
“My personal style is tomboy chic with an extra edge to it,” she told Foot Wear News in 2017. “I’m not a girly girl, so it’s more of a relaxed tomboy type of swag.”
Although her love for fashion first stemmed from her rap career, which she took a step back from in 2016, she said over the years her style sense has evolved quite a bit.
“I think as I’m getting older, I’m just more comfortable with who I am and I know the things that I like, and I never try to reach,” she said. “I never try to let clothes wear me. I always try to do my own thing. I realize that more now that I’m older than I did before because [there were] times I used to say, ‘I want to wear that,’ just because I saw it. I don’t think like that anymore — I just get what I like.”
Rasheeda currently owns two Pressed clothing stores, one in Atlanta and the other in Houston.