Lea Michele Sells Her Clothes For Charity

November 5, 2014 | By Garrett Montgomery More

Lea Michele sells her clothes for charity. The Glee star has teamed up with Sharity to sell some of her favorite pieces in order to raise money for National Breast Cancer Foundation.

lea michele sells her clothes

Lea Michele sells her clothes not because she is having financial issues, but because she is hoping to raise funds for her favorite charity.

Sharity.com has teamed up with Michele in order to help the National Breast Cancer Foundation. The Glee star has several items from her closet up for sale, including a pretty white leather Marni satchel handbag for $395.00.

She is also selling a Herve Leger “Miriam Pointelle” bandage dress size small that retailed for $1,390.00, but can be yours for $695.00.

Above is the picture of a strapless sweetheart neckline multicolored purple floor-length pleated gown for $395.00.

Last month, Lea Michele partnered with evian® Natural Spring Water and the National Breast Cancer Foundation for a public announcement and to ask people to donate to the cause:

“The fight against breast cancer is a cause that I deeply care about and a cause that I have long supported.When I heard that evian was partnering with the NBCF to launch this campaign, it was an initiative that I wanted to be part of as regular self-examinations are the key in making a positive change in a woman’s survival rate.”

Michele who has been through some tough times in past months after losing boyfriend, Cory Monteith, is said to be happy since finding love.

Six months after meeting on the set of her “On My Way” music video, Lea Michele and Matthew Paetz, went public with their romance at the amfAR L.A. Inspiration Gala in Hollywood.

The lovers were seen hugging and kissing at the charity event. Michele who loves to sell her clothes for charity should put up the stunning Versace dress she wore last weekend.


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  1. TS says:

    I doubt she owns that dress. Most of the clothes are borrowed.

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