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A reader visited the Narnia/Honey in the Rough vintage sale and was not impressed. "Went there yesterday after work. Their stock is pretty shoddy. Lots of garish prints in horrible sizes/fits, think 80's cosby sweaters. I saw so much staining and damage—are they serious? If you really want to trek out there, they do have high end labels—a Burberry trench here and there, a tiny Prada sweater, a DVF wrap dress. Prices are also very cheap, but why waste $40 on something that's going to need so much fixing to be remotely wearable?" [Racked Inbox]