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‘Wuts on Ur Feet?’: Rasheeda Frost Gets Flamed for Major Fashion Faux Pas

It looks like “Love and Hip Hop: Atlanta” star Rasheeda Frost had one major fashion blunder this weekend.

The 37-year-old television personality received a good old social media dragging after she was spotted wearing over-the-calf socks and open-toe heels. Fans made it known they were not fond of her peculiar style.

Frost took to Instagram on Sunday and posted a small clip of herself and 6-year-old son Karter Frost walking into her Pressed clothing store located in Atlanta’s Buckhead neighborhood. The cameraman, who’s presumably her husband Kirk Frost, captured Rasheeda swagged out in a black Gucci tank top, denim shorts, a green icon hat and matching windbreaker and a Balenciaga fanny pack around her waist.

Rasheeda Frost
Rasheeda Frost slammed for sock fashion disaster. @rasheeda/Instagram

Her outfit was complemented with a pair of white Balenciaga socks and black stiletto heels. Clearly feeling herself, she wrote in her caption, “Rollin into work wit my mini me!! 😜”

Several Rasheeda fans, however, made it clear that her getup was less than impressive.

“Wuts on ur feet? Oh nah the heels n socks is a no go for me 🤣”

“Friend take them sock off u got pretty feet that just don’t look right 😒 that looks a mess! Take those socks off🤦🏽‍♀️”

“Why in the world are you wearing socks with open heels I’m confused 😕”

“Ok, but why are we wearing socks with heels? That’s not the lewk 🙅🏾‍ stop”

Rasheeda Frost
Rasheeda Frost. (Photo: @rasheeda/Instagram).

Rasheeda apparently takes pride in having a distinctive fashion style and doesn’t conform to societal fashion norms.

“My personal style is tomboy chic with an extra edge to it,” she told Foot Wear News in 2017. ‘I’m not a girly girl, so it’s more of a relaxed tomboy type of swag.”

The “LHHATL” actress also added that her current sense of style evolved quite a bit from when she first dived into fashion in the early 2000s.

“I think as I’m getting older, I’m just more comfortable with who I am and I know the things that I like, and I never try to reach,” she said. “I never try to let clothes wear me. I always try to do my own thing. I realize that more now that I’m older than I did before because [there were] times I used to say, ‘I want to wear that,’ just because I saw it. I don’t think like that anymore — I just get what I like.”

The thriving entrepreneur currently owns two Pressed clothing boutiques, one in Atlanta and the other in Houston.

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