A truly modern conundrum: Manufacturing and distribution have progressed with such efficiency that consumers are now inundated with cheap fabrics transformed into the latest trends and pumped out at an alarming rate — not to mention the alarmingly cheap price tag. It’s great news: You can buy your entire wardrobe for less than $100 bucks. The bad news: You’ll need to do that again in about six months when the threads are picked, unraveled, and have lost their fast-fashion luster. That’s what makes vintage sales such as these so valuable to the fashion- or eco-conscious, or anyone just sick of how everyone looks so identically cool these days. The digs aren’t just recycled goods — they’re curated recycled goods from the stock of the city’s best vintage sleuths, namely Diamond Star Halo, Closet Case Vintage, Local Honey, men’s vintage clothing connoisseurs T&P and more. Bring cash or checks.