Rasheeda Frost is clearly making her mark in the fashion industry.
The “Love and Hip Hop: Atlanta” actress flossed her posh style on the ‘Gram over the weekend and served as fashion inspiration to many of her fans. She took to her page and uploaded a photo of herself modeling new garments from her Pressed clothing boutique.
In the image, Frost is shown wearing a form-fitting royal blue jumpsuit and cropped jacket, both finished with white striping. She complemented her get-up with open-toe sandal heels and a small tote bag.
Seemingly posing in the own comforts of her home with her burgundy tresses pulled behind her shoulders, the “LHHATL” star captioned her post “New new is here….”
Fans poured in comments about her jazzy fashion style.
“Wow! That outfit is everything!! 💯 loving your style, love the blue bring out ur beauty”
“Girl your wearing that fit! You so damn fly I swear 🥵 . You can do no wrong to me when it comes to dressing”
“@rasheeda is one of the most fashionable people on all of IG. Always coordinated from head to toe. Keep doing the dog gone thang girl. That Rasheeda we know. 👍👍”
“Give me all that smoke luv …🔥 you so beautiful you look good in anything you put on. Blue is your color”
After sidelining her rap career in 2016, Frost expanded her interest in the fashion industry. She said her love for music is what created her passion for fashion.
“I’ve always loved clothes — especially starting out originally in hip-hop,” the television personality told Footwear News in 2017. “I think it all just came together — the fashion, the lifestyle and the music. I used to be really into accessories. I always needed the big earrings, the necklaces and the bracelets — I always felt like the accessories just topped my outfit off. I’m always like, ‘Oh my God, I need a hat or wait, wait, wait I need these big-ass earrings!’”
Frost currently owns two Pressed boutiques, one in Atlanta and the other in Houston. She initially started her business online in 2011, but she decided to open a brick-and-mortar store a few years later to personally engage with her customers.
“Having an online store for so many years, I wasn’t able to be personal with the customers,” she further told Footwear News. “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.”