Shop Miranda Lambert’s Closet For a Good Cause
If you’ve always wanted to get Miranda Lambert’s look, here’s your chance. The superstar is auctioning off items from her…
Miranda Lambert; Photo by Ellen Von Unwerth
If you’ve always wanted to get Miranda Lambert’s look, here’s your chance.
The superstar is auctioning off items from her personal closet on eBay to benefit shelter pets through her very own nonprofit, MuttNation Foundation.
“I know it’s Halloween, but this is all treat and no trick,” she shared. “It’s just a great way for everyone to have fun while helping animals.”
Launching Thursday, October 31 at 5pm PT, Miranda’s Closet eBay Charity Auction runs through November 17th. The auction will take place in two phases, with the first running 10/31 to 11/10 and the second running 11/10 through 11/17.
Over 425 lots will be available for fans to bid on, with items ranging from street-worn clothing to stage wear to jewelry and accessories to footwear. According to a press release, all items included in the auction were hand-selected by Lambert.
The auction will go live at https://www.ebay.com/MuttNation at 5 pm PT.
The announcement of the charity auction comes just hours before the much-anticipated release of Miranda Lambert’s new album, Wildcard. Dropping November 1, the album features 14 tracks, including her latest single, “It All Comes Out In The Wash.”
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