Valentine’s Day is about a month away, which means it’s time to start shopping for an outfit for the big day. Although I am personally not a huge fan of the holiday & my husband and I usually skip out on the forced romance of it all, my kids love it. Probably has something to do with all of the candy they get to eat! #duh
I have to admit that Valentine’s Day is more enjoyable now that I have kids, but isn’t every holiday?!? And would I really be doing my job as a parent if I didn’t drench them in head to toe hearts for their classroom parties? The answer is no, I would not.
Below are some of my top picks for this year. My advice is to shop early before the inventory is low and you are left with a less than stellar choice. Been there, done that (sorry kids)!
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This is my all around favorite Valentine’s Day outfit for a baby.
The perfect set to coordinate sisters. I would pair the onesie with these ruffle trim leggings to keep baby warm.
A practical choice for your little one.
Like Gap, Old Navy always has a sale of some sort going on. I like Old Navy when I am looking for something cute & affordable.
All of the pieces below were selected to be a complete outfit. At the time of publishing, the ENTIRE outfit cost less than $20!
Janie and Jack
Although not always practical, Janie and Jack never disappoints in the ultra-adorable department.
These pieces are all the heart eyes! 😍😍😍 Pair with some red Mary Janes and it’s amore!
A daintier version of the Gap footed 1-piece. I love the sweet, girly details.
I’d describe this dress as “sporty chic.” Pair with these socks and these white shoes (less expensive option here) for a winning combination. It comes in sizes 3M-12Y, so it is also a great option if you like to dress your daughters alike. #twinning
I love the quilted heart pattern on this matching set. If Don Draper had a baby girl, she would most certainly wear this outfit on Valentine’s Day.
Because sometimes it’s fun to shop off the beaten path.
This is a more low-key V-day look that will work for spring and summer, too. I love the ruffled leggings to keep your girl warm during the cold winter months.
How cute is this smocked dress? I’d pair with a big red bow to complete the look.
A girl can never have too many accessories, amiright? I’m also including two options for the boys in your life.