Rasheeda Frost apparently has a one-of-a-kind fashion sense that inspires fans with looks of their own.
Whether it’s a classic look or a casual outfit, the “Love and Hip Hop: Atlanta” star appears to win over folks with her style. She uploaded a photo of herself modeling a few items from her Pressed clothing store in Atlanta. She rocked casualwear, wearing a black Metallica T-shirt, distressed light denim jeans, a black lace cardigan and matching colored wedges.
The 36-year-old accessorized her look with a blue-and-yellow baseball cap, yellow beaded hoops, a gold necklace and black and gold cross-body bag. She captioned the image “In my zone…. come see us 😘.”
Fans swarmed her post with a slew of compliments.
“I swear @rasheeda your always so pretty even in just Jean’s and a T. 👑 love the t-shirt….Metallica 🤘🏼😁 we need a store in Cali.”
“You the flyest chick right now 💕💕 i love the outfit my boo stay drippin with class.””I just say I’d love to see your bag collection 🙌🏾. You always have a cute damn bag and that hat is everything.”
“Ttssssss 💆🏾♀️💆🏾♀️!! Your new name is Mrs.Morgue because you always come through with a body bag, sis 🔥 Fuq it up sis 💯!”
There were a few fans who didn’t give Frost’s ensemble a stamp of approval.
“Cheap, this is not it.”
“Rasheed’s.. you can do better. This a hot mess 🙄.”
Around 2016, Frost transitioned from being a rapper into a fashion entrepreneur. Since doing so, she’s encountered a few hardships such as a being a business owner and apparently learning the fashion industry, but she noted it was her drive that kept her going.
“It was tough and it took a toll on me,” Frost told Forbes last April after being featured as a “rapper turned entrepreneur.”
“I doubted myself and felt like I had to work so much harder than anyone else. My ambition and self-respect kept me going. Now that I am a business owner, I have doubted if I could keep going and be successful with the many things I am working on. But you only get one shot at life,” she added.
The “LHHATL” star also left folks who are interested in being successful a few words of advice.
“There isn’t one right path to be successful. But, it definitely comes from personal motivation, drive and being OK with not knowing the answers,” she said. “You also can’t let others discourage you. We live in a time where people are always trying to knock your hustle or take you out of the game by trying to be your competition. Even if you’re doing something that someone else is doing, figure out a way to do it your own way, a better way.”