So you’ve been wearing the same red polish for a decade, and while it’s no doubt flattering (who doesn’t look good in OPI’s Big Apple Red?), we’re inclined to say it’s time for a change. Branch out this season with some new, remarkably wearable colors.

Lavender We know what you?re thinking: ?Pastels for spring? How novel.? Well, disregard the cliché, because lavender is having a moment and we?re jumping on board.

Butter London Nail Lacquer in Muggins ($15); Laura Mercier Nail Lacquer in Lavender Cloud ($18); Essie Nail Polish in Under Where? ($8)

Toned-Down Teal While mint green might skew a tad young (case in point: your teenage niece), a muted teal is both playful and adult.

Estée Lauder Pure Color Nail Lacquer in Black Turquoise ($20); Rococo Nail Apparel Varnish in Whisper of Envy ($16.50); Butter London Nail Lacquer in Artful Dodger ($15)

Dark or Stormy Sometimes you just can?t shake the desire for dark polish (hey, it still rains in spring, right?). Shelve your cult-favorite Chanel and switch to a slightly less vampy shade like these navy hues. Tip: Keep your nails seasonally appropriate by maintaining a short, rounded look.

OPI Nail Lacquer in Suzi Skis in the Pyrenees ($5.60); Nars Opaque Nail Polish in Galion ($18); MAC Nail Lacquer in Nightfall ($16)

Noteworthy Neutrals The nude pump of the nail world, these shades elongate the fingers and look especially gorgeous with a dark or olive skin tone.

Zoya Nail Polish in Farah ($8); Sally Hansen Nail Color in Almost Almond ($8); Deborah Lippmann Nail Color in Careless Whisper ($17)

Just Peachy Say hello to your new light pink. This universally flattering shade offers just the right amount of punch. Plus, it goes with every item in your closet.

Essie Nail Polish in Tart Deco ($8); Ciaté Nail Polish in Hoopla ($15); Chanel Nail Colour in Orange Fizz ($27)

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