The musts for any wardrobe? Versatile, go-anywhere pieces you can throw on – and most importantly, look great in – without thinking. Cue this week’s picks, a collection of up-for-anything pieces ready to do the work for you.

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  1. Ray-Ban Clubmaster Sunglasses. A staple since the 50s, these retro shades will lend an all-American touch to any outfit.
  2. Prada Vitello Satchel. Accessories are an easy way to add a pop of color. Look to happy-hued extras, like this yellow bag, for high impact.
  3. Pour La Victoire Selena Sandal. Navy is the new neutral, so let these perforated pumps take you from desk to dinner and beyond.
  4. Tory Burch Lucienne Dress. For a no-fail approach, grab this easy drawstring-waist dress. The subtle print will give you endless pairing options.

 

Check out these picks and more on Rue La La this week.

By Nicole Andrew, Fashion Editor

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June 23, 2014

Back in the summer (ahh, remember summer?), our fashion director wrote about a surprising development in Cameron Diaz’s career: the actress had stepped up as artistic director of Pour La Victoire. Now, several months later, the much-anticipated first designs from Cam’s foray into the fashion world are out, and the results are much like Cameron herself – sleek and sexy, yet still down to earth.
Cameron Diaz

Done up in neutral hues, luxe leather, and rich suede, the strappy heels and booties feature lower heels, because comfort is just as important as style to the celebrity-turned-designer. “For both Charlie’s Angels movies, we wore heels, ran in heels, did kung fu in heels,” she says. “We weren’t pretending. Heel function is a very important thing for me.”

Read more about Cameron’s new Pour La Victoire shoe line on People.com.

By Keriann Coffey, Associate Editor

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February 4, 2014