“Love and Hip Hop: Atlanta” star Rasheeda Frost is applying pressure with her latest snazzy fashions.
The 36-year-old entrepreneur caused quite a buzz on social media after modeling spring wear that she seasoned with her unique style. She took to Instagram on Thursday with an image of herself sporting a few new pieces from her Pressed clothing store, including a yellow button-down shirt embellished with artistic designs, and a pair of distressed jeans and yellow pumps.
Frost jazzed up her ensemble with a gold-colored watch, a pendant, and multi-colored beaded earrings. Her brassy locks also complemented her outfit, along with her soft makeup look.
“Confidence is your best accessory!! 🍋🍋,” Frost captioned the image.
Fans swooned over her fashion post.
“I love this look! Such a cool vibe 💕. You stay on point with these clothes!”
“Your outfits are so bomb 🙌🏽🙌🏽❣️❣️ I love @rasheeda style, she always remind me to wear color.”
“Gd Evening rasheeda Colorful and Pretty 😍 i love that shirt! You are one confident women @rasheeda 💕 love you sis!! 💕.”
“Rasheeda you always look nice you know how to dress girl 🔥🔥👑 my fashion go to!”
Speaking of confidence, Frost said that’s one of the things she loves most as a business owner, helping customers feel great about themselves in her clothing.
“Having an online store for so many years, I wasn’t able to be personal with the customers,” she told Footwear News in June 2017. “But now that I’m in the store a lot and working with people — pulling them out of their comfort zones and putting them in pieces they normally wouldn’t wear, [then] seeing the self confidence just come across their face — the gratification from that is amazing.”
She originally launched Pressed online in 2011, but decided to open a storefront a few years later to be able to get close and personal with her customers.
The “LHHATL” star admitted that owning a business sometimes can be stressful, but for the most part it’s rewarding, especially when she gets to help empower other women.
“Women come in the store, and they’re like, ‘My husband and I are starting date night,’ and I’m like, ‘Girl, we have to turn up for him — I know you ain’t been turning up!’” she exclaimed. “It goes from that extreme — where someone feels too plain — to myself and my glam team making over cancer patients or mothers who have been struggling to find a job and need help getting dressed for an interview. We do whatever we can do to help women and keep them strong and focused.”