Keep Your Expectations on High at Kohl's

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Keep Your Expectations on High at Kohl's


We "expect great things" from Kohl's department stores and this year's holiday offerings include gifts for everyone on our wish list.

Men will stay warm and snuggly in Croft & Bar row Microfleece Lounge Pants ($26).They have an elastic waistband with a drawstring, two side seam pockets, and a fly front. In sizes Small to XX-Large, the solid color pants come in admiral navy, asphalt gray, and black. Prints include whimsical patterns such as falling snowflakes in navy/white, multi-color peace signs on a blue background, various plaids, and more.

SO Midcalf Boots ($64.99) for juniors feature a cozy faux-fur lining to keep feet warm during any activity. With a rounded toe, lightly padded footbed, and button hook closure, these casual boots are great for everyday use. In sizes 6M-11M, the brushed fabric upper comes in black, chestnut, gray, and magenta.

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Handbags are an essential part of any woman's wardrobe and Kohl's carries a wide and varied line from designers including Vera Wang, Elle, Candie's, etc. We love the light, feminine look of The Nine & Co. Ruffled Shopper ($59). Measuring 9" H x 15"W x 4 1/2" D, the pleated faux leather bag has two large interior pockets with a zippered pocket divider. The back pocket has a zippered compartment, while the front features two slip pockets. With a magnetic snap closure, the Ruffled Shopper comes in three colors: black, sangria, and smoked pearl.

The Food Network's megastar Bobby Flay cookware line offers such standouts as a Cast-Iron Grill Pan ($33.99). The heavyweight 10 1/2" square pan comes pre-seasoned and is perfect for grilling meats on your stovetop. It offers even heat distribution and retention, and is ideal for browning, searing, and roasting.

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More winners from the Food Network line include the Silicone Spatulas and Spoonulas ($11.99 each). Lightweight and comfortable, these sturdy utensils are great for nonstick cookware. …

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