What I like about Valentine’s Day clothing is that a lot of it can be worn all year. Many little girl clothes have “Love” or hearts on them ANYWAY, whereas only Christmas outfits have Christmas trees.
Heart tights (image from OldNavy.com), sizes 0-6m - 4T/5T.
Valentine’s Top (image from TheChildrensPlace.com), sizes 6-9m - 4T. (They have a sleeveless version in sizes 4-14, which seems a little silly for February, but I’d put either shirt over a long-sleeved top in pink or white or red anyway.)
Canvas Heart Shoes (image from Gymboree.com), sizes 9-13 littler girls and 1-4 older girls, and also 3-8 toddler/littler girl.
Red-striped Hooded One-Piece (image from OldNavy.com), sizes 0-3m - 18-24m.
Alphabet Double-Sleeve Tee (image from Gymboree.com), sizes 3-6m - 5T.
Heart Tutu Skirt (image from TheChildrensPlace.com), sizes 0-6m and 6-12m. I’m going to need a baby girl, stat.
Rugby Polo (image from OldNavy.com). This is clever and subtle, isn’t it? On Valentine’s Day, it’s red and it has a February 14 reference! On any other day, it’s just a regular old sports-number polo in a usual boy color.
Layered Multi-Print Shirt (image from BodenUSA.com), sizes 3-4y - 5-6y. Look what I found in the Mini Boden clearance section! See? Lots of girl clothes have hearts on them ANYWAY!
Valentine PJs (image from TheChildrensPlace.com), sizes 2/3 - 14.
Long-Sleeved Tee (image from OldNavy.com). I have this shirt for Edward already; he wore it for Christmas, and he wears it often because his favorite color is red. He doesn’t want to dress up for the school Valentine’s Day party. He can wear his favorite red shirt, though, no particular reason, just happened to put it out for you today, Edward!