Miranda Lambert's pop-up boutique in Nashville is about to end its run. And true to the singer's big heart, the temporary store is closing its doors in style -- by donating to charities.

Lambert's original boutique in Tishomingo, Oklahoma had so many fans from around the world visiting it, she had to open a Music City pop-up branch. The merchandise store sells everything from their famous tees to jewelry, fancy flasks to CDs -- and, of course, there is a lot of pink.

The Nashville location -- which highlights the 'Automatic' singer's signature style -- opened its doors on 3rd Avenue in June with intentions of staying in the temporary spot for two months. To celebrate their time in Music City, Pink Pistol Nashville is offering a weekend of good, with 10 percent of the total sales going to local charities from July 24 through Saturday, July 26. The store is set to close its doors on July 27.

Didn't get to visit? Don't fret. The Pink Pistol has two permanent locations -- one in Tishomingo and one in Lambert's hometown of Lindale, Texas. The stores refrain from selling their merchandise online so fans can get the full experience in person.

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