Pantone released not one, but two colors for the upcoming 2016 year. Rose Quartz, a baby-pink hue, and Serenity, not shockingly, a shade of baby blue. Does this mean there's another year of babies in our futures? Nah—we just think it's time to bring the pastels back. We know a pastel color can read as preppy, or make you feel like a kid again (in a bad way). So, we are here to help you figure out how to bring the new Pantone colors into your wardrobe in an edgier way. Luckily, there are already so many things to buy in those colors that you can start building up for the new year now. Grab items that you wouldn't expect in a pastel, like maybe a new winter coat or boot. Ease into these colors with a iPhone case, or maybe a pair of sunglasses. By 2016, you'll be in love like we already are.
Unique Topshop, Otley Cord Blazer, $370, view at Topshop.
Free People Beach, Lifetime Tee Dress, $88, view at Free People.
Zara, Wool Coat with Hood, $149, view at Zara.
Modern Vice, Pastel Jetts, $400, view at Modern Vice.
Talula, Bazely Sweater, $85, view at Aritzia.
ASOS, Romper with Keyhole Back Detail, $72, view at ASOS.
3.1 Phillip Lim, Pashli Mini Satchel, $750, view at Shopbop.
Eugenia Kim, Rain Hat, $250, view at Shopbop.
American Apparel, The Adia Dress, $54, view at American Apparel.
Givenchy, Crystal Spike Magnetic Earring, $352.99, view at Farfetch.
Ray-Ban, Original Aviator 58mm Polarized Sunglasses, $205, view at Nordstrom.
Zimmermann, Shell Coverup, $273, view at Net-A-Porter.
Sophie Hulme, Blossom Pink Albion Box Tote, $682.09, view at Sophie Hulme.
Timberland, Nellie Waterproof Chukka Boots, $120, view at Timberland.
Unif, Certa Jacket, $162, view at Unif.
Sonix, Seeing Stars iPhone 6 Case, $35, view at Nasty Gal.