This collection seemed destined for bridesmaids who err on the side of a wallflower. Some dresses were as light as butterfly wings; others couldn’t get lift-off. Butter yellow, white and nude shades dominated strapless and one-shouldered dresses, pieced together from satin and draped in mesh or lace. The occasional organza extravaganza – such as a graceful dress overshadowed by three oversized roses, or a ruffle covered gown traillng a ratty train – gave the impression that the fabric took over, and got the better of  Weyer, Berlin’s go-to girl for feminine party dresses.

This collection seemed destined for bridesmaids who err on the side of a wallflower. Some dresses were as light as butterfly wings; others couldn't get lift-off. Butter yellow, white and nude shades dominated strapless and one-shouldered dresses, pieced together from satin and draped in mesh or lace. The occasional organza extravaganza - such as a graceful dress overshadowed by three oversized roses, or a ruffle covered gown traillng a ratty train - gave the impression that the fabric took over, and got the better of  Weyer, Berlin's go-to girl for feminine party dresses.

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