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Gulf Breeze clothing give-away
New designer clothes are being given away for women who lost their wardrobes in the flood.
Cabi-clothing is hosting the event.
Women being pampered with new clothes.
Ricki Vann/Reporting "Look at this new shirt and this nice skirt. All these clothes are all different sizes and being given to women who lost everything in the flood.."
Cabi is giving these designer clothes to women like Sissy Hunt.
Sissy Hunt/Cabi Shopper "I got one of these shirts. They are gorgeous. The material is top of the line."
We met Sissy in April when her home in Gulf Breeze flooded.
All the rooms in her home took on water and she lost most of her wardrobe.
"Beautiful clothes. This jacket, I mean the material is feels so good on the skin and it is versatile. It is three jackets in one. Look, you can take this off, you can wear this by itself or all together."
Once women walk in and see the new clothes they're pampered by Cabi Consultants.
Jennie Barrow/ Event Organizer "We first try to figure out what their lifestyle is, then we try to figure out what their style expression is, are they casual, are they quirky dressers
We just take them through the process. We have them pick out different things and then we suggest items. [BUTT] So we take them into a dressing room and fit them and then we come up with a wardrobe."
"I think the black would go well with that."
Seven items are allowed per shopper.
Barrow says she feels blessed to help.
"Your heart feels like it gets bigger and bigger because of the ability to poor out and poor into other people."
"I mean, what greater gift is this, right now when women need to be pampered after all that we have gone through."
Ricki Vann/Reporting "Cabi Clothing will be offering all of these free clothes until 8:00 P.M. tonight. Reporting in Gulf Breeze, Ricki Vann Channel Three News."
The event is happening right now in Gulf Breeze at the United Methodist Church.
It lasts until 8 tonight.
For entry into the event bring a valid id along with one of the following- a Red Cross card, FEMA letter or number or official letter from your insurance company certifying property loss.