Morning Glorious Vintage, a Vintage Clothing and Jewelry Emporium
I'm Jen, I've been wearing vintage since I was 14. Back then, my closet was full of my mother's 1940's dresses! 15 years ago I started Morning Glorious to share my vintage clothing and jewelry finds. We've been on Etsy since 2008. With my husband Vince, we opened a second shop for our menswear collection, MisterBibs. We ran a 'brick and mortar' store which was chosen as one of the "Top Ten Best Small Vintage Shops" in the country by "USA Today" magazine! We've been featured in Vogue and Elle, and are proud to be long time members of the Vintage Fashion Guild. We have provided garments for TV series, Hollywood films, and regional theater productions.
We live in an 1850s Vermont farmhouse. Our work happens in a studio on our property that holds our office, warehouse, and a vintage showroom that's open to visitors by appointment. We're so fortunate that here in New England we find incredible treasures tucked away in closets and attics, just waiting to be rediscovered. We have 1000s of pieces in inventory so if you're seeking something in particular, let us know, we may have what you are looking for. When selecting merchandise, I select beautiful, visually striking, well made garments, and it's all about color, pattern, texture, print and proportion. We love the remarkable details in things made in the past and we hope you enjoy our finds, too!
Owner, Curator, Photographer
Jen is a vintage clothing dealer with 16+ years of experience, and a prior background in jewelry design, art photography and publishing. Jen runs MorningGlorious, selects inventory, shoots all the photos, and co-manages our menswear shop, MisterBibs.
Owner, Inventory Manager, Shipper
Vince is a carpenter by trade and a writer, with a love of street style, textiles and history. He organizes inventory in our 2 Etsy shops, writes listings, and ships orders. Oh yes, and he actually built our showroom and warehouse, too!
Model, Assistant, Stylist
Eliza is a photographer and vocalist. She's interested in fashion, music, film, costuming and modeling. She sings in a band, works at New England Youth Theater, and is our high-performing fashion model, assistant and photo stylist.
Amelia looks forward to her future role as a Crazy Cat Lady, and in the meantime she models, sings, acts, and works at New England Youth Theater. She helps MorningGlorious with sewing repairs and garment alterations.
Our model Sophie loves vintage clothing and fashion. She is an artist, printmaker and gardener.
Cheerfully serving beer, Lindsey loves representing New England's best in fashion flair!
Antonia, our petite model, has been interested in fashion and photography for most of her life, and she works as a professional art, fashion, lingerie and pinup model throughout the New England area. Follow her on Instagram @agreengoddess.
Our model Angel loves vintage and brings her fab retro personal style to everything she does. She lives in northern Vermont where she works with children with autism. You can follow Angel and see her vintage finds on Instagram @angeldemure.
Artist, graphic designer and petite model Meg is the newest addition to our fashion modeling staff.
Our visiting guest model, Sarafina, a graduate of the Putney School in Vermont, is currently pursuing her studies in Art in Germany.
Our model Lulu is a talented young Vermont photographer who creates evocative self portraits. In addition to modeling and photography, she also writes passionately about life, love and art. Check out her website at www.lululovering.com.
Guest model Gretchen is passionately exploring herbal medicine, primal fitness, and artistic living. Discover more on her website: www.goddessblossom.com
Samantha first modeled for Morning Glorious in a live catwalk fashion show, way back in 2008. She is a fitness buff and works in the financial industry.
Accepted payment methods
- Other Method
If you'd like us to HOLD an item for you, we can do that for 48 hours without a down payment. Reserves of longer than 48 hours require a non-refundable deposit of 33% of the item price. We also offer LAYAWAY on items over $100 with a similar 33% deposit and a conveniently scheduled payment plan! Items priced between $100-$200 may be purchased on Layaway with a 2 week payment plan - you simply pay the 33% deposit to hold your purchase, pay us another 33% in a week, and pay the balance due in 2 weeks time. Items priced $200-$500 may be purchased with a 1 month payment plan, and items priced over $500 are eligible for a 2 month Layaway plan. Just convo us to set it up!
Orders are sent the most economical way, by 1st class Mail or Priority US Mail. We can also send a domestic order by UPS upon request and with any additional freight charges prepaid. We're sorry but we are not able to ship with FedEx or other carriers.
We are happy to ship internationally! But we can not falsify a US Customs form, it is illegal to do so. Please do not ask us to declare your purchase is a gift, or that it sold for a lesser amount, to avoid Customs fees. US sellers may face fines and penalties for lying on a Customs form.
INTERNATIONAL CUSTOMERS, PLEASE NOTE -- You are responsible for paying any applicable customs fees or import taxes in your own country which might be associated with receiving your Etsy purchase! The UK, in particular, charges VAT (value added tax) to you, to receive your imported item. Please be aware of these potential charges which are independent of Etsy and not in any way under our control.
IF you are OUTSIDE of the USA, please convo us when you place order with your telephone number, in case the Customs Office in your country needs to contact you about delivery.
Returns and exchanges
- Custom or personalized orders
- Intimate items (for health/hygiene reasons)
- Items on sale
You may return an item in exchange for another item of equal value to the original item's purchase price (not including additional shipping). Please contact us within 24 hours of receiving your order to request permission to return, and please expedite returning your item to us within 5 business days, to receive your Store Credit.
- Our shop tags MUST still be attached to the garment when it is sent back.
- We do not refund shipping costs, and the customer is always responsible for the cost of return shipping. We strongly suggest purchasing Delivery Confirmation to be able to track your returned item.
- Because of our state's health code, we can not accept returns/exchanges on swimwear, underwear, most lingerie, and earrings for pierced ears.
- Items must be returned to us in EXACTLY the condition in which they were sent out. Any items returned with brand new damage, or new signs of "wear and tear" (including new stains, tears, broken zippers, missing buttons, odors of perfume or smoke, etc.) will no longer be eligible for an exchange.
- Items purchased on a Layaway plan are NOT ever returnable/exchangeable.
- Items in our shop marked "SALE" in the title, or in our SALE Shop Section are our Final Clearance items, and are NOT returnable/exchangeable!
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Our items are TRUE vintage, meaning they are at least 20 years or considerably older, they have been worn before, and may have minor flaws such as pulled threads, tiny spots or holes, etc. We have over 16 years of experience in the vintage clothing business and we do our best to note any flaws in the item description.
Colors may look different on different monitors or mobile devices. Please feel free to ask us questions or request more details, or photos, before purchasing.
We provide garment measurements according to standard tailoring methods, so please know your own body measurements -- and remember, a garment needs to be bigger than you are, so that you can move and breathe in it. For example, if your waist is 28 inches, a cotton (non stretch) dress should measure 30 inches in the waist, so you can bend, turn, sit, and are comfy wearing it! Usually vintage sizes on the original clothing labels are not comparable to modern sizes. Waists, shoulders and arm holes may be proportionately smaller than in modern clothing, and vintage shoe widths often run narrow. Feel free to ask us questions in advance, or request extra measurements, to be sure of a good fit. A great way to know, is to compare the measurements in the listing with a garment, or pair of shoes, etc., that you already own and that fits you well.
WE HAVE ONLY ONE OF EACH ITEM! We estimate the size to the best of our ability, but please always go by the garment measurements provided.
We describe any flaws we see in the Item Details section, and generally rate garment condition from 1) Poor/Distressed/Fair, 2) Good, 3) Very Good, 4) Excellent.
Most POOR to FAIR items will only be offered if they are being sold as a study piece, cutter, or fashion design example.
DISTRESSED means very worn, but still desirable as a fashion statement (ripped, torn, faded, but in a good way!)
GOOD condition means the piece is wearable but may have issues such as prior repairs, a missing button, or light stains that will be identified in the listing.
VERY GOOD means there may be some overall signs of prior wear, but it is still very presentable.
EXCELLENT condition means it's really great, it looks pristine, we don't find any flaws at all.
DEADSTOCK or NOS (New Old Stock) means the item was never worn or still retains original maker's sales tags. Deadstock items may still have flaws that occurred to the item while in storage.
Vintage clothing, by its nature, often has little imperfections or signs of wear which are not considered major flaws. Jewelry may show some tarnish or patina. Shoes may have light scuffs or have wear on the soles. Our items have a rich history and may be 25, 50 or even 100 years old. They are REAL vintage, and they are wearable and have character, but they are NOT the same as BRAND NEW or reproduction items.