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This morning, a reader pointed out that the Temperley London sale seemed emptier than usual this year. Writes another: "I go to this sale every year just because I'm usually in Soho each week and I disagree. The sale is always empty when I go there. Also the sale is always very expensive to be called a 'sample sale.' The percent off does not match that of most sample sales of equal quality pieces. So in a tough economy, if they haven't budged on pricing they should expect lower sales." Other experienced Temperley sale shoppers: Your thoughts? [Racked Comments]