ONTARIO – Mansfielder Brittany Humble Tuesday night unveiled her personal clothing designs at her boutique, B.E. Humble, 2264 Stumbo Road.
Her very own clothing line, “Brittany Humble, Always BE Humble” is set to debut on HSN, also known as the Home Shopping Network, on Sept. 17.
Tuesday was the first time her pieces were available for purchase by the public. Humble has designed a pair of skinny denim jeans she calls “Humble Huggers,” and jackets, a vest, romper, tee and basic tank top in her collection for HSN.
The Servex Center shopping center was packed as women flocked to her shop to try on and order items from her new line of moderately priced clothing that ranges in size from XS to 3X.
Humble said the collection and future collections are a fusion of fashion and functionality and are made for women of all shapes and sizes.
“I have 15 years’ experience in the fashion industry,” Humble said. “I’m been personally dressing women daily for that time, and I know what works. I’m here to make women feel confident and comfortable so they can look and feel great. This is truly a dream opportunity for me,” she said.
New items will be rolled out on HSN and HSN.com in October and monthly from January through June of 2021.
She said she used to dress her college roommates. She has attended New York Fashion Week every year with the exception of the past couple of years.
Originally from Minnesota, she always loved fashion and believed one day she might have her own talk show. She has operated her store on Stumbo Road for almost 10 years.
Due to COVID-19, her TV debut on the HSN will air from her boutique instead of the network’s studio.
Humble said the first time she auditioned for HSN in 2019 in Tampa they told her they liked her but her collection was not right for HSN, but they asked her to give them more and HSN staff gave her two weeks to do it. She returned to Tampa and auditioned again with her newly created collection.
On a Facebook post in August, she talks in a video with her husband Brad telling in detail how she signed up for a contest called The Big Find on HSN after someone sent her a link on Facebook.
And her dreams skyrocketed.
Humble is also is known in other circles, having won Mrs. Ohio International in 2015 in Dublin, Ohio.
At her boutique Tuesday night, the DJ, tent with tables covered in white table cloths, champagne glasses and food truck seemed fitting for the up-and-coming designer.
A year ago on Tuesday night, she said her house caught on fire but she persevered and kept going, being deeply rooted in her faith.
As she mingled with guests, women were ordering items from her fashion line and trying them on behind curtains in changing booths inside the boutique.
An author, Humble wrote, “Project Women Warrior,” subtitled, “A must-have guide to life and fashion. Become the happiest, most confident version of yourself today!”
She is also a mother of two.
She and her husband reside in Mansfield and have a son Cash, 9, and daughter Velvet, 6, who attend Temple Christian School.
Posing outside her boutique in front of a large HSN back drop, Humble smiled for photographs as guests waited to congratulate her.
To connect with Humble on Instagram go to @b.e.humble, where she shares snippets of her family, behind the scenes, fashion tips and occasional heartfelt insights.
Visit behumblefashion.com to shop her boutique and read her blog.