The Burlington Vintage Guide

Are you hankering for vintage shopping but unsure where to look? Then boy, do we have a guide for you! We have compiled a list of some of the best vintage shopping in Burlington, ranging from casual streetwear to mid-century furniture. This list has got you covered. Know of another great spot? Let us know who's missing.

The Vault

What's better than a one-stop shop that includes all your favorite vintage collectors? Nothing! Located downtown, The Vault is our first stop on the guide to vintage fashion. You can find fabulous vintage clothing from the 1800s to the early 2000s. It's a great place to grab a statement piece or a wardrobe essential! Explore 145 Cherry St. today, and take home a part of history. Click the button below for updated hours.

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Old Gold

You'll find Old Gold, an essential stop for the spooky season, next door to The Vault. Their vintage costume pieces will take your Halloween costume to the next level. If costumes aren't what you're looking for, Old Gold has denim, jackets, and accessories that are perfect for any season. Stop by 151 Cherry St. and start getting creative today! Click the button below for updated hours.

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Billie Jean Vintage

If you’re looking for color, Billie Jean Vintage is the right place for you! Billie Jean Vintage specializes in funky, high end and ready-to-wear clothing from the 1920s to the 1990s. A great place to find a pristine vintage dress or your favorite work sweater. If you're in downtown Burlington, this woman-owned business at 152 Battery Street is a must-stop for high-quality vintage. Click the button below for updated hours and store info.

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Anjou & The Little Pear

Is furniture shopping more your thing? In Burlington, we have some really amazing vintage furniture stores, one being Anjou and the Little Pear. With constantly rotating second-hand and vintage consignment furniture pieces, Anjou and the Little Pear genuinely have something for everyone! Looking to sell your furniture? They also take consignment home pieces. You could spend an entire afternoon browsing in their great space, so head to 53 Main Street today. Click the button below for updated store hours.

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Dead Fox Vintage

Our last downtown business on the list, Dead Fox Vintage, may be small in size, but it is large in terrific retro pieces. This fun vintage boutique is located below Battery Street Jeans and is a perfect place to shop with your friends. Plus, they have really cool candles and beanies. Stop by 115 College Street to see what all the hype is about! Check out the link below to see updated store hours.

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Barge Canal Market

Located in the heart of the Burlington Art District, Barge Canal Market is a vintage furnishing and home décor haven. With restored pieces guaranteed to make a statement, this is the place to find show-stopping furniture. Barge Canal Market doesn't stop at home décor; they have great vintage clothes and works by local artists. Stop by 377 Pine Street for a year-round vintage market experience. Check out the button below for updated store hours.

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Project Object Vintage

Just a short walk away, Project Object is nestled in The Vaults of the South End. Project Object has curated vintage fashion with a timeless modern look. This is a great place to start if you are new to styling vintage fashion. Plus, they do excellent jean fittings and guide you through finding your perfect pair of denim. Stop by 28 Howard Street to find your favorite basics today! Click the button below for updated store info and hours.

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Burlington Vintage Market

If you live in Burlington and love vintage fashion, the Burlington Vintage Markets are events you won't want to miss! The Burlington Vintage Market is a seasonal market with over 30 of New England's best vintage clothing dealers. You can get anything from a casual graphic t-shirt to your new favorite evening gown. Click the button below to stay updated on the dates of their seasonal markets! 

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Second-Hand Shoutout

Vintage and thrifting go hand-in-hand, so here are two super second-hand businesses to check out!

Battery Street Jeans has been dishing out some serious thrift finds since '91. Just a short walk down from Church Street, Battery Street Jeans is a great place to find some solid wardrobe staples. Plus, they often have some free bins of clothes outside! Head over to 115 College Street and see what you can find.

Dirt Chic is a resale consignment store selling second-hand women's, men's, and children's clothing. This is a great place to shop for the entire family and get casual everyday wear. Make sure to stop by 67 Main Street and treat yourself. Click the buttons below for updated store hours and info.

Battery Street Jeans 

Dirt Chic

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