Shop Connie Britton's Closet (and Many More!) for a Good Cause

06/03/2013 at 04:30 PM ET

Connie Britton clothesFilmMagic; Courtesy Tradesy (3)

What’s better than donating to a cause that helps kids? Doing so while adding a few fun pieces to your closet. Even better than that? Snagging pieces formerly worn by celebs including Julie Bowen, Emily Deschanel — and Connie Britton.

Though there’s no word on whether any of Britton’s Nashville alter ego Rayna James’s spangly outfits have made it into the sale, we have an exclusive look at Britton’s “closet” on Tradesy.com.

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The site, which ordinarily helps us regular girls list their own clothes for cash, rounded up a bunch of celebs to donate their gently used clothes to benefit CoachArt.org, a charity which sets children in need up with volunteer coaches and art instructors.

Check out this first look at Britton’s donations, including her killer patent Jimmy Choo heels ($420 on the site), Minkpink sweater ($60) and Lauren Moffatt dress ($250). Hey, if you can’t get her hair, you may as well get her wardrobe — and all proceeds go to the charity, so your purchases are worth every penny.

Check out Tradesy.com for more on the Celebrity Closet sale starting tomorrow and going through June 14. Then tell us: Whose closet are you most excited to shop?

–Alex Apatoff

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