Founded by award-winning Tailor Irene Rocha is one of the most respected Tailor
firms in the world.
Irene-Rocha’s experience and attention to detail assured customer’s satisfaction in the fit, comfort, and appearance of their clothing. She swiftly expanded her business into a network of revolving satisfied customer through media’s greatest engine- word of mouth. No job is ever too big or too small for Irene-Rocha. From sewing buttons to outfitting a bridal party, Irene and her staff of professional seamstresses works fiercely creating and altering boundless amounts of sewing projects.
Today her charming studio encloses large, clean, well lit fitting rooms, a fully equipped work atelier with state of the art power machinery to handle all alteration repairs quickly and efficiently. Irene-Rocha has also launched in the market an all-inclusive rental line of bridal gowns, prom dresses, evening wear and tuxedos. This entrepreneur's clientele over the years has grown to include commercial accounts from local Bridal Shops, Dry Cleaners, Department and Specialty Clothing Stores. Nevertheless, Irene-Rocha enjoys the extremely high rate of new and repeated walk-in customers who make her business a success.
Fact well know in the life of every Brazilian is the human characteristic to fight in order to escape difficult situations, and therefore, ascend and achieve high levels of social stratification. It would not be any different with Irene-Rocha, a native Brazilian who continuously seeks simple means of survival, growing strong and becoming brightly recognized in her professional arena.
Irene’s journey of achieving success emigrated her from Brazil to the U.S. with a single task- to grow and become more efficient in all that she does in benefit of herself and of others. Her mission to provide customers with master quality service in the custom tailoring and alteration industry has led her business “Irene-Rocha” to be recognized and featured in the New England media and market.
Irene established her distinction and reliability laboring throughout the years in a vast array of Connecticut’s local dry cleaning businesses. She tailored and altered suits, jackets, slacks, coats; adjusted waists, sides seams and hems of all varieties of garments, in an effort to help people look their best. She later engaged in the bridal and evening wear markets, devoting her talents to contribute to that single most important impression a gown makes down an aisle, on a pageantry stage, and on prom night.