Rasheeda Frost‘s latest fashion fit was a big “no-no” for some fans.
The “Love and Hip Hop: Atlanta” actress, who’s known for her fashion sense, disappointed folks with a jumpsuit she modeled for her Pressed winter/spring collection. She took to her social media on Wednesday afternoon and shared an image of herself donning the “Color Block Love Set” from her line, retailing at $112.50. The jumpsuit consisted of pale green, red, blue, pink, and black coloring with white wording that said “LOVE.” She also rocked a pair of matching green pumps to highlight the outfit and opted for a blunt pink and blond bob.
She wrote in her Instagram caption, “Color blocking in Pressed 😘 don’t miss out #pinkhair.”
The “LHHATL” star’s outfit received quite a few barbs from fans who expressed disappointment in her “costume” attire.
“Not really feeling this one…😢😢,” one person commented.
“What in the Power Ranger is going on here 😂,” another added. “Look like a super hero Halloween costume.
“Don’t like that outfit….😲,” a third fan disapproved.
Frost’s enthusiasm for fashion is seemingly so great that she decided to open two Pressed clothing boutiques, one in Atlanta and the other in Houston.
The “Georgia Peach” rapper, who retired from the music business in 2016, said her love for fashion actually began during her days as a musician.
“I’ve always loved clothes — especially starting out originally in hip-hop,” Frost told Footwear News in 2017. ” I think it all just came together — the fashion, the lifestyle and the music. I used to be really into accessories. I always needed the big earrings, the necklaces and the bracelets — I always felt like the accessories just topped my outfit off.”
The mother of two said since her younger days as an artist, her fashion style has evolved tremendously.
“I can splurge a little more on certain things,” said Frost. ” But 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. I never try to let clothes wear me. I always try to do my own thing.”