IMO hardly anything on this list is daily wear. White is never a color synonymous with daily wear in my mind, and while Fancy Hospital was a cutsew dress, it looks hard to dress down. Everything else looks like it belongs in a christening, especially the two AP dresses.
When I think daily wear, I think printed cutsews and hoodies, mini skirts, minimal detailing.
Yes, prints these days are way too busy. They never end at the border if they are border prints, they try to combine way too much into one print. Take Dreaming Macaron vs >>9495819, where the print is ginormous and on top of fabric with pin stripes, and the design of the dress has a lot going on (lace detailing, rick rack trim, bib and collar). You'll see that back in the day AP dresses with busier prints usually had a simpler dress design- imagine if Sugary Carnival or Milky Planet came out today and how much extra bows and detailing would be on the dress. Look at Whip Magic >>9495669, the dress design itself is still simple- solid color waist bow to break up the print, chest bow to break up the print, and lace detailing on the bottom, that's it. The print itself was already neon, but it's still cohesive all over the dress, and the socks are relatively simple.
That was not an OTT hairstyle and never has been considered one, fluffy pigtails have always been a lolita thing. She also has minimal hair accessories (just a bow), and using her real hair, not an unnaturally colored wig.