Rasheeda Frost is on the ‘Gram snatching edges.
The “Love and Hip Hop: Atlanta” reality star came through slaying this week with two different versions of a garment from her clothing store Pressed. She posted a photo of herself on Instagram, modeling the ensemble seemingly inside her Atlanta home. She rocked a sheer top and pants tie set in neon orange and green, with a black bodysuit underneath to keep her assets from showing.
She paired her green ‘fit up with Barbie pink stiletto pumps and her orange ‘fit with red-orange-and-yellow multi-colored heels. She added a pink purse to her look to jazz it up, along with an oversized watch. Frost sported blond to brown balayage layers and opted for a subtle glam makeup look.
The celeb wrote in her caption on Thursday, “Light it up baby girl 💚🧡😘 outfit: pressedatl.com.”
Her post received a wave of compliments.
“I could never pull off what she does 😩😩😩 but super cute on her I wish I could!”
“Looking like a snack you look beautiful @rasheeda 💋🤗😘 Always on point! I admire u…. Keep shining sis!”
“A sassy Baddie 💯👌 yesss boo! I’m here for this. You could pull off anything but the color looks good on you 😍🔥.”
” You popping! I love your whole style best dress you motivate me when it comes to dressing keep going never ❤️😘.”
The 36-year-old mother of two is spotted frequently wearing clothing straight from her Pressed boutique. In 2011, she launched her retail store online and opened her Atlanta storefront located in the Phipps Plaza in Atlanta’s Buckhead district in June 2015. According to the store’s website, Frost’s idea is to offer different fashionable clothes that allow women to express themselves.
She decided to end her rap career in 2016, a year after entering the retail industry. She told Forbes in April 2018 that she’s extremely “hands on” with business.
“I do the hard, behind-the-scenes work that has grown my business to the multi-million dollar mark.,” she said. “I use my platform to amplify what I am already doing. Love and Hip Hop may have many millions of people watching but I am still dedicated to my businesses. And because of that hard work, I am able to reap the benefits of it.”