The iconic designer and the favored coffee shop have teamed up.

By Brigitt Earley
Updated February 15, 2017
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No matter what your drink of choice, your day is about to get a whole lot sunnier, thanks to a new limited-time collaboration between Starbucks and designer Lilly Pulitzer. The two brands have teamed up to create a special line of S’well water bottles.

The line, inspired by the popular fashion brand’s Palm Beach aesthetic, hits stores February 15. Four unique bottles, each featuring colorful handpainted designs, will be available for purchase in 4,000 U.S. Starbucks locations. Shoppers can also get the water bottles online later this spring.

The 17-ounce bottles are unique because they keep cold drinks—think water, iced tea or coffee, juice, and more—chilled for up to 24 hour, but they also keep hot beverages—coffee, tea, hot chocolate, and more—warm for up to 12 hours.

For Lilly Pulitzer, the collaboration is an interesting return to the brand’s roots: According to a release by Starbucks, Lilly Pulitzer created her first dress to wear as a uniform while selling juice at a Palm Beach juice stand in 1959. Customers loved the dress so much that she soon began to sell more dresses than beverages.

If you don’t live near a Starbucks store and simply can’t wait until the water bottles are available online later this year, you can purchase a wide range of S’well bottles—both colors and sizes—at online retailers, like Amazon.