1627 Warwick Ave.
Warwick, RI 02889
Tel. (401) 739-9800

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Business Hours – By Appointment
Tue – Fri: 10 am – 5 pm and Sat: 9 am – 4 pm

imperfectfit3Irine has been servicing a wide range of clientele for over 30 years. Whether you are looking for bridal or casual alterations, Irine can handle any challenge.To find out more about Irine, and what kind of service she offers, please feel free to click on the page that most suits your needs. She serves both RI and MA, and can be contacted for any questions that are left unanswered.

imperfectfit2“Altering a bridal gown is no simple task! A good seamstress is like an artist… The construction of a wedding gown can be extremely complex. It usually consists of many layers of fabrics, boning, lace, and beading. Sometimes seamstresses have to cut apart entire bodies of dresses, open and resew seams, create straps or sleeves, hand-bead hundreds of tiny crystals, or invert a bustle where one did not exist before.

This requires tremendous skill and craftsmanship. I strongly suggest you choose a skilled seamstress, one who comes highly recommended…”

– Randy Fenoli
Star of TLC’s ‘Say Yes To The Dress.’

Yes, it is important that you find a seamstress with the right kind of experience who can take care of your alteration needs. Irine has over 30 years of experience making all kinds of wedding alterations from simple hem adjustment to a full perfect fit.


imsperfectfit-IreneIrine Mischko has provided clients in Europe and the U.S. with expert design and custom tailoring for over 30 years. Her career began in haute couture salons in Odessa, Ukraine, where she modeled and designed high-fashion clothing and theatrical costumes.

When she came to the U.S., Irine brought her imagination and instict for fashion to the world of bridal and evening wear. She has worked at Allegria, Yolanda, and other top bridal salons in the Boston area.

In 2000, Irine has opened the House of Fashion, a full-service salon with a contemporary studio and fitting room, a cutting and sewing room, and a studio where Irine created her unique designs. Irine’s wedding dresses and evening gowns reflect the most up-to-date styles in the ever-changing world of fashion, while preserving a timeless, classic look.
To Irine, getting to know each client is a key part of choosing and designing clothes, from wedding gowns to casual wear. She believes that each clothing should not only flatter a person’s skin color, hair, and figure, but should also reflect their personality and individual style.

Irine approaches each client with individual attention. She consults with both men and women to create custom designs and provide expert alterations for a perfect fit.

Showcase of Irine’s exclusive designs (Summer 2003)
Article on House of Fashion in Contact, a Russian-American community magazine (Oct. 2003)
Interviewed on Channel 5 Chronicle News (Jan. 2004)
Irine’s designs featured in Watertown-Belmont fashion show (Nov. 2004)
Interviewed on Russian-American radio AM1470 (Dec. 2005)
House of Fashion Bridal Show at Commander’s Mansion ‘Winter Vogue Bridal Affair’ (Feb. 2006)
“Best of Citysearch 2007-2008” award