It doesn’t look like it will fit over a petti at all.
I think the Baby coat would probably work fine. It is more Sweet but it wouldn’t look terribly out of place in a Gothic coord. The other jacket may be possible too but it’s hard to say without actually seeing it.
The thing I would worry about the most is the ruffles because I can’t tell how durable they would be. I think overall they would probably be fine but I would definitely suggest spraying them with waterproofing spray before wearing them in wet weather and maybe getting them half a size bigger than you need to give you room for thick socks on those particularly cold days.
It’s definitely possible and I’ve seen it done quite a few times but it depends on the OP. If your OP has a collar already it’s usually not going to look good to shove a blouse under it. But if it has short sleeves and no collar (a square neckline, sweetheart neckline, or something like that) it can work.
I really don’t know much about skiing but I do know that doing it in a dress is probably not a good idea. So normal ski gear would be your best option, but choose it in colors that you could see in a Classic Lolita wardrobe. Muted colors like dusty pink, mint, or blue, ivory, brown, wine red. Maybe something with a fur trim for an extra little luxurious touch. Then you can work more Lolita themes into things like your hat or earmuffs. Something else you could do if you’re at all artistic is maybe paint a design on the frames of your goggles. Maybe a pretty floral design or something based on your favorite print.
That’s really cute I like that imagery a lot. Thank you for that, and you’re welcome. :3
I’m not sure what your budget is, but FanPlusFriend has this one. It’s a bit more money than what the Kidsyoyo one would have been but it’s super cute and it is wool and I’ve heard that their wool coats are very warm.
I don’t see why not. I don’t think you would really have to even dress it up if you didn’t want to, I think it looks fine on it’s own so long as the actual coord is obviously Hime.