ABOUT:

NeShanta

Let’s be honest, the market is completely saturated with wardrobe stylist, some of which give the profession a bad reputation. You scroll on Instagram or Facebook and find several “stylist”, but none of them are me!

 

I would love to remain humble and say I’m just an ordinary girl, but truth is, the more I evolve into the woman I want to be the more I realize I’m the shit! That’s the exact feeling I want for you. An unshakable feeling of style esteem!

 

Let me be the catalyst between you and a better version of you! What separates me from my competitors is my love and dedication to the craft. I hold a BA in Fashion Marketing and have spent countless hours studying and redefining my craft to better service you.

 

 

Who is She?

I didn’t choose this career because it was popular or easy. Truth is fashion isn’t as glamourous as people would think. I am the stylist that is more than willing to get my hands a little dirty to clean up your image. I want to help you build a wardrobe and image that you truly love. A style that is one of a kind, unique and speaks directly to who you are.

My list of celebrity clients include: Toya Wright, Cynthia Bailey, Flex, Shanice, The OMG Girls, Lisa Raye, Necole Bitchie, Melodie Fiona, Angie Stone, & Neffie to name a few.

My list of celebrity clients include: Toya Wright, Cynthia Bailey, Flex, Shanice, The OMG Girls, Lisa Raye, Necole Bitchie, Melodie Fiona, Angie Stone, & Neffie to name a few.

Fun Facts:

Name: NeShanta Davis

Correct pronunciation of your name: Na-Shun-Tay

Sign: Sagittarius

Favorite colors: Black, white & gold

Biggest Fear: Failure

Weakness: Food, clothes & shoes

If I wasn’t a stylist I would be: Still in the Air Force about to retire in a few years

I’m obsessed with: Working out

Most people don’t know: I’m super shy

I always: Jump to conclusions

I love to: Cook

1 thing I would change about my life: Bring back my dad

Biggest turn off: People who feel entitled

My friend and I are: Petty

Facebook or Instagram: The Gram

Fashion without style is like a pencil with no lead.... There is no point.