‘Rock That S–t’: Rasheeda Frost Makes Fans Do a Double Take with Her Eye-Catching Looks

It’s safe to say Rasheeda Frost is a trendsetter.

The “Love and Hip Hop: Atlanta” fashionista flaunted her impeccable style and breathtaking beauty this week in front of her nine million followers. She uploaded a fashion post to her Instagram page on Wednesday, April 28 and modeled new garments in stock at her Pressed boutique.

Frost donned a pair of distressed denim shorts and two fringe T-shirts in white and pink. She jazzed up her overall look with white accessories and a pair of matching pumps. The reality TV star also rocked her natural coils in a top knot bun and opted for a subtle glam makeup look.

Rasheeda Frost
Rasheeda Frost @rasheeda/Instagram

The 37-year-old mother posed fiercely for the camera and wrote alongside her photo, “Happy Monday! So which color White or Pink??? New tee & shorts available now at pressedatl.com.”

Frost’s fans doused her with compliments as she received over 67,000 likes on her post.

“Sh🔥🔥da! It don’t matter what color u wear as long as its on u it looks good”

“Rock that s–t! 🔥😘 Pink is your color. You look so radiant”

“This is fire!! Pink 🔥 but the white looking klean and fresh 😍”

“Need them shortz yesss yesss… I’m feeling them both…😍 but in loving the white…🔥😍”

“Damn it’s so hard to choose,but I’ma say white 👍🏽💯🔥 I like em both you look so gorgeous boo”

“That pink is cute 🥰BUT that white is godly 🙌🏽😍 Mrs. Rasheeda😁, that’s rockin!!👓”

Frost currently has two Pressed boutique locations — in Atlanta and Houston.

She recently spoke to Footwear News about how the COVID-19 pandemic caused her to close down her shops temporarily. However, Frost transitioned to e-commerce early on in her career, which she suggested was a great business move.

Rasheeda Frost
Rasheeda Frost @rasheeda/Instagram

“What a lot of people don’t know is that I’ve been online for over 10 years now. Previously, my online store was called I’m Bossy. Then I changed the name over to Pressed,” the “LHHATL” star explained. “So we’ve always been popping that way — we’ve just picked it up a little bit. We’re still getting a lot of people ordering and supporting us — but it’s nothing like the physical locations. We miss our customers.”

Frost joined the cast of “LHHATL” in 2012. She got her claim to fame as a female rapper. In 2016, she decided to put her music career on the back burner to embrace her passion for fashion.

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