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Give your Valentine something sweet from The Motor Company.

First up are these two shirts for men.

The 100-percent cotton canvas Men’s Flames Shirt Jacket ($95) features a cotton-poplin body lining and polyester taffeta sleeve lining for an extra layer of warmth. It has snap cuffs and a snap-down collar, in addition to two hidden snap hand-warmer pockets and two flap chest pockets. It includes embroidered and printed graphics on the front and back.

The Winged Skull Knit Tee ($70 - pictured above, on the right) is constructed from 60-percent cotton and 40-percent heather French terry for long-lasting comfort. It features rib-knit neck trim and raw-edge cuffs, with contrasting sleeve panels for its signature style.

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The Hearts and Wrenches Activewear Jacket ($85) for women is made from 60-percent cotton and 40-percent polyester French terry featuring a shawl collar with drawstring as well as rib-knit cuffs and waist. Its combination of distressed printed, flocked and metallic graphics is further accented by applique and a rhinestone accented zipper pull.

Made from 93-percent cotton and 7 spandex, the Love to Ride Hooded Rib-Knit Pullover ($65 - pictured above, on the right) offers an array of printed, metallic and flocked graphics plus additional rhinestone embellishments for a unique style.

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Hearts and Wings nightwear include a Cami ($30) and the Hearts and Wings Lounge Short ($30). They are made from 100-percent cotton jersey with allover printed graphics. Adjustable straps on the top and an elastic waistband with drawstring enable a perfect fit.

For those who prefer one-piece comfort, the Hearts and Wings Knit Sleep Dress ($35 -pictured above, on the right)) is made from 100-percent cotton jersey and has adjustable straps. Its printed and metallic graphics are accented by black lace trim.

800.258.2464, www.h-d.com

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