The television personality is becoming quite the iconic fashionista and often wows fans with her dashing style. She took to Instagram this week with a side-by-side collage of her sporting two different block-coloring ‘fits.
The first outfit, Frost sported a yellow-blue-and-orange-colored sheer hoodie with orange distressed jeans and sky-blue stiletto pumps. She added some oomph with a blond wig. For the second ensemble, she sported the same style hoodie but in pink, yellow and teal. She coupled the top with distressed denim shorts, white pumps and oversized hoops.
Frost asked her fans which look did they prefer, writing in her Instagram caption on Wednesday “Cause they so lit we had to restock! Which color block sheer hoodie would you rock?”
Fans marveled over her two get-ups and responded by picking their favorites.
“I need your entire closet! 😭 I love both ! But the right side is the best !! 👍🏽.”
“The pink one ❤️🔥 ! The only woman in the world that no matter what you wear it has style & class with it. Like do you ever have a bad day . You literally look stunning in everything 💜.”
“Can you stop dressing so damn amazing 🔥 but the orange and green one of course! 🐍🐍🐍 #FAMU.”
“Your style is dope af I love everything about it 🥰❤️ I can’t choose. Both outfits are litty🔥.”
The 36-year-old wasn’t always known as fashion guru; she originally started off as a rapper and made waves with her hit “My Bubble Gum” in 2006. However, 10 years later she decided to put her music career on the back burner and pursued fashion.
“I love fashion, “she told VH1 during an interview. “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.”
Although Frost is big on staying in shape and maintains her slim physique, she maintains she’s not one for really showing it off. She’s not a huge fan of curve-hugging maxi dress nor spandex fabrics, but it doesn’t mean she can’t make the garments work with her personal style.
“I don’t wear lots of body dresses, but that’s just me,” she said. “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.”