There is no stylus for the XV-15 that has an orange colored carrier. When the stylus carrier is fully inserted to the body it should be tight with no rotation left or right. A 1200e stylus (genuine Pickering) isn't readily available since Pickering/Stanton has gone out of business long ago. But all hope is not lost, there are NOS stylus and aftermarket replacements that have gotten good reviews.
You're looking for a replacement XV-15 stylus, it can be anything from a D100 up to a D-1800. The prices are widely variable and of course the fidelity increases as prices go up. For a good middle of the road stylus I suggest a D-625e. It's got excellent sound and it won't break the bank. Here's a link to one on eBay:http://ebay.us/4ZXFo6
That is only an example, prices are highly variable and sometimes a deal can be found or an auction will close at a low ending price.
You can also search turntableneedles.com lpgear.com and general web searches; but usually those only produce results that are aftermarket replacements to varying degrees of quality. Pfanstiehl was the OEM for Pickering, but only old stock (in the boxes with gold lettering) are 'original' to Pickering's design specs.
Good luck, don't ruin your records with a stylus that does not align properly. The XV-15/625 combo is a GREAT starting point for getting into vinyl BTW.