When it comes to celebrities with daring and enviable personal style, “Love and Hip Hop: Atlanta” fashionista Rasheeda Frost takes the crown.
Whether she’s attending a “LHHATL” reunion special or her Pressed store, Frost proves she doesn’t mind stepping out of her comfort zone with peculiar wears.
The reality actress took to Instagram Wednesday morning and posted a photo of herself rocking a patterned form-fitting dress from her clothing brand. The garment was stenciled with mock newspaper clippings that mimicked articles about fashion.
She wrote in her photo caption, “It’s all in the Fine Print…. restocked ❤️.”
She paired her getup with red pumps and a red leather Chanel purse that retails for around $3,195. Frost complemented her overall look with a topknot bun and a simple glam makeup guise, including a baby pink lipstick.
Several of her eight million followers went gaga over her post, showering her with a slew of compliments.
“Rasheeda know she be dressin absolutely gorgeous 🔥”
“DA REAL BOSS CHICK who got style and grace.. much love to you Rasheeda ❤️”
“Get it boss! Rasheeda you look so pretty all the time💯 That is a very unique dress beautiful 💙.”
“Young lady you look gorgeous as evvaa 🙌 I luv your style you wearing that dress boo 😍.”
The 37-year-old working mother of two wasn’t always known as a fashion guru; she originally started off as a rapper and made waves with her hit track “My Bubble Gum” in 2006. However, 10 years later she decided to put her music career on pause and focus on pursuing fashion.
“I love fashion,” she told VH1 during an interview nearly three years ago. “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.”
Frost apparently has a few fashion dos and don’ts when it comes to what she prefers to wear on her body. She’s not a huge fan of curve-hugging maxi dresses or spandex fabrics, but she said she can make any garment work with her personal style.
“I don’t wear lots of body dresses, but that’s just me,” she added. “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 I think whatever gets thrown at me I can just pull it together.”