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Lindale Native Miranda Lambert Selling Clothes For A Cause

Now that Miranda's dream of country stardom has come true--her fans can get chance to dress like star!

"Some of the things she's worn on television, Good Morning America and People Magazine," says Miranda's mom Bev.

The two did a clean sweep of Miranda's closet. The result: boxes of boxes of Miranda's down home, roots style.

"This is the top she wore at the Lindale Centennial this year. This is the skirt I have a photograph of her singing with Gretchen Wilson," says Bev holding up Miranda's outfits.

"This is the jacket she wore in People Magazine when they came and filmed her last year. This is actually a sundress she had on when she met her management company for the first time."

It's not just clothes for sale, her boots and even other items from CMA goodie bags can be yours, without paying the Hollywood prices.

"We're looking at anything from the $5-20 range," says Bev.

Money from the sales will benefit the Humane Society of Smith County, an organization dear to Miranda's heart.

And expect other thank you's from Miranda's biggest fan.

"Anything we can give to the humane society is a plus, and we can get it out of our house. That's a plus, I can actually mop again!," Bev exclaims.

Miranda's Closet Rummage Sale is Saturday, October 14 at the Miranda Lambert Store on Highway 69 north in Lindale, from 8 a.m. until 4 p.m.

Christine Nelson reporting.

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