Rasheeda Frost‘s distinctive fashion sense is clearly unmatchable.
Fans of the “Love and Hip Hop: Atlanta” star have deemed her a fashion god, suggesting that her snazzy style is one of a kind. Frost recently switched up her “tomboy chic” fashions a bit, going for a more high-end voguish look.
She took to Instagram on Tuesday with an image of herself striking three different poses in one of her latest Pressed boutique ensembles. She sported a gray-and-lime-green snakeskin-like bodysuit retailing for $49.50 on her site, with a pair of yellow distressed jean shorts and yellow stilleto pumps. She accesorized her garb up with a handbag, seemingly gold-plated bracelets and oversized bamboo earrings.
The 36-year-old mother of two sported a bronze makeup look and wore her natural hair into a high bun.
“Good Morning ☀️ ☀️☀️,” she wrote in her caption.
Folks swarmed Frost’s comments, showering her with a gang of compliments.
“Come thru sheeda👏🏾😘 you betta do itttt!!! You style is sickening! #flygirl”
“Rasheeda is a beautiful naturally beautiful ebony goddess I love the fit love😍.”
“Effortlessly slay sistah🔥 you make anything look good ❤️!”
“Yess queen with the melanin and natural hair 👏🏾 I need to cop this entire outfit issa look 💚💚.”
In June 2017, Frost was featured on Her magazine, and she spoke about combining her passion for fashion with an income. Although, she’s managed to turn her boutique into a multi-million dollar business, she said the most rewarding part is helping customers feel great about themselves.
“Being self-confident is the best accessory.,” Frost told the news source. “I love fashion. I always have. … The reason why I love having a store, is because I love for women to come in and be like ‘Can you take me out of my comfort zone?” I love to make them feel good. Put them in things that they wouldn’t pick up for themselves. Make them feel sexy make them feel amazing. And I get a sense of gratification from that.”
She continued, “I’m a business owner and I’m a person trying to make another woman feel good. And when you can do that through fashion – that’s like a common language, girl. We can talk fashion all day. And I love that.”
The “LHHATL” cast member currently owns Pressed boutiques in Atlanta and Houston.