“Love and Hip Hop: Atlanta” star Rasheeda Frost took things up a notch this week with her eye-grabbing appearance.
The Pressed boutique owner took to her Instagram Wednesday with an image of herself modeling a few new pieces from her store. One of those items included a vertically striped, multi-color jumpsuit that cinched around her waist, which she complemented with a pair of transparent open-toe sandals.
Keeping the accessories to a minimum, she sported a circle pendant and a pair of hoops while also debuting her new wavy jet black tresses. Clearly feeling herself, Frost posed in her curve-hugging jumpsuit from a side angle, showing off the profile of her derriere. while seemingly in the comforts of her home.
“It’s hump day!! 😜,” she wrote in her caption. ” & yes this fit is available 😘.”
Fans clamored over her fashion while also in awe over her curvaceous body.
“The baddest women on earth 😍😍 yes come through body!!!!”
“This jumper is super cute on you always look so cute and okay boootyyyyyyyy 😍 we see you Georgia Peach!”
“Boss lady looks absolutely fabulous yass honey! Rasheeda stays fly✈ I’m here for it 🙌.”
“🔥 damn that look good on you I’m feeling that jumpsuit you got on #lilbootiesmatter.”
The 37-year-old reality star is keen on fitness and implements a rigorous fitness routine to maintain her shape. She also currently owns fitness company Rasheeda Fit, which offers customers four different workout videos and an annual 21-day summer challenge for a “total body transformation.”
During an interview with OK Magazine in 2017, Frost noted how important it was for her to incorporate fitness in her daily life even with her busy schedule of being a business owner, mother and wife.
“I found what works for me is doing a nice 30–45 minute workout that includes cardio, some light weight work, and I’m always working on my core,” she said. She also gave folks a few tips on how to get killer abs.
“Train your abs two to three times a week,” the mother of two said. “Eat small meals every three hours with lean protein at each meal. … The more water you drink, the less water you will retain. …. [And] increase your cardio.”