Rasheeda Frost is leaving fans stumped.
The “Love and Hip Hop: Atlanta” actress flaunted her beauty and petite figure to her eight million Instagram followers this week. With Valentine’s Day around the corner, she took to her official Instagram page and shared a photo of herself donning a sexy red evening dress.
Frost’s ensemble hugged her frame and apparently complimented her brown complexion according to fans. She jazzed her look up with transparent heels and gold accessories, striking three fierce poses and flaunting her curves.
“Loving the new Baby Red Dress from pressedatl.com ,” she captioned her post.
Frost garnered over 130,000 likes and a mass of compliments.
“Yessssss baby look tf good in that red. You been lookin bad asf lately i’m here for it”
” @rmuhammadda damn pooh you fine af what in the fountain of youth ATL water are you drinking???? hot tamale ”
“Oh I’m loving this look on you! ouueee Sheeda! Nice curve. Kirk better watch out if he know”
“Rasheeda Rasheeda the lady in red. Very elegant pic perfect dress for V-Day!! That red is everything on you!”
Frost takes pride in being a fashionista.
She currently owns two Pressed boutiques — in Atlanta, Georgia, and Houston, Texas. Although the 36-year-old star owns a number of other businesses, she enjoys empowering women through fashion, starting with the clothes they rock.
“Women come in the store, and they’re like, ‘My husband and I are starting date night,’ and I’m like, ‘Girl, we have to turn up for him — I know you ain’t been turning up!’” she told Footwear magazine in 2017. “It goes from that extreme — where someone feels too plain — to myself and my glam team making over cancer patients or mothers who have been struggling to find a job and need help getting dressed for an interview. We do whatever we can do to help women and keep them strong and focused.”
Frost originally launched her boutique online in 2011, and decided to open a physical location a few years later. It was important for her to interact with her customers in person.
“Having an online store for so many years, I wasn’t able to be personal with the customers,” said the mother of two. “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.”