30 Best Things to Buy at Target This Winter
From its newest affordable fashion line to the exclusive home collection from HGTV's Chip and Joanna Gaines, Target continues to sweeten the pot for shoppers. With so many great items, how do you know which to choose? We looked at each of Target's online categories to see which items are most popular right now based on the following criteria: best-seller and most popular filters, number of reviews, overall rating, price, and Target's own "trending" picks.
Prices and availability of products are subject to change.
Price: $30 | Buy it
Every man needs a basic jacket in his winter arsenal. This comfortable zip-up comes in black, charcoal gray, or olive, and features a warm sherpa lining.
Price: $35 | Buy it
Fresh and sophisticated, this eucalyptus wreath comes from the new Hearth & Hand collection, an exclusive collaboration between Target and Chip and Joanna Gaines from HGTV's 'Fixer Upper.' It's the perfect accent for year-round decorating inside or outside.
Price: $6 | Buy it
With heaters constantly blowing to stay warm, your hair can take quite a few hits of damage. Transform dry, broken hair back to its fresh, luscious state with this nourishing cream. Reviewers truly love this product and say that it's long lasting.
Price: $199 | Buy it
If you're still using a hand mixer, it’s time for an upgrade. This KitchenAid Classic stand mixer is a worthy candidate: It has 10 speeds, an easy-access tilt-head design, and a power hub that can accept attachments like pasta makers and more.
Price: $10 | Buy it
Dry, cracked skin can occur year-around, but it's especially prominent during the colder months. A healing body lotion is crucial to keep your skin soft and hydrated. You can keep the whole family protected with this family-size bottle of healing lotion.
Price: From $3.50 | Buy it
With the abundance of free workout videos on Youtube and the onslaught of fitness programs such as Beachbody, P90X, and more, it's easier than ever to get in shape from the comfort of your home. All you need is motivation and a good set of free weights. These bright neoprene ones are sold separately so you can choose your level of difficulty.