Some products at Target can be great deals, while others you'd be better off purchasing at other stores.We asked retail experts and die-hard Target shoppers to list the best and worst items to buy at Target.Target holds a place in many shoppers' hearts for its affordability, convenience, and stylish products.But with so many items under one roof, it can be hard to tell which items are saving you money and which ones you'd be better off buying somewhere else.We asked retail experts and die-hard Target shoppers to weigh in on the best and worst buys at Target. We compiled their answers, along with information from Consumer Reports, below.Read on to see 14 items you should buy and 14 more you should skip at Target:SEE ALSO:The only 25 things you should buy at Whole Foods ' and 25 things to avoid at all costsBuy: Project 62 candlesCandles can warm up a space with sweet scents and soft light, and theres no shortage of options at Target, with pillar candles, jar candles, flameless candles, and seasonal candles of all shapes, sizes, and scents available.They're a favorite buy for Jen Coleman and Laura Wiertzema, founders of @targetdoesitagain, a popular fan account that highlights Target products that catch their eye. "So many good scents at a fraction of the cost of other stores," Coleman and Wiertzema told Business Insider.Skip: TVs and electronicsExcept on Black Friday or during the month of November in general, you're better off looking elsewhere for a TV, according to shopping site Ben's Bargains.This also goes for most other electronics at Target, like cameras, headphones, and printers. "It's very rare to see discounts on electronics unless an item is being clearanced out in favor of a replacement model," Ben's Bargains managing editor Kristin Cook told Business Insider.Buy: Items from designer collaborationsTarget collaborates with designers on products from wedge sandals to desk lamps, and they're some of the most sought-after items in its stores.Dianna Baros, founder of budget fashion blog The Budget Babe, told Business Insider she's a fan of the Project 62 + Leanne Ford Lighting Collectionand has already purchased a few pieces. She described the line as "modern and mid-century decor you won't find anywhere else at Target's prices."See the rest of the story at Business Insider Click here to read full news..