Cheryl Cole leads style parade as Girls Aloud hit Radio 1

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  • Cheryl Cole hit another style high as she wore a geometric inspired look this morning

    Cheryl Cole paid tribute to Christmas Jumper Day (for Save the Children) in the most stylish way possible with neon colours as she joined Girls Aloud for an appearance at BBC Radio 1 this morning.

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    While hoards of fans braved the wet weather, Cheryl arrived at the Maida Vale studios in a black wool jumper featuring a geometric print in yellow, pink and white. To add a fashion edge to the look, the singer wore a leather skater skirt fighting off the cold in black tights and lace up stilettos.

    As usual, not a hair was out of place for the face of L’Oreal Elnett as she sported her signature big curls. Keen to continue the style parade were Cheryl’s band mates including Sarah Harding who added a summery edge to the day in floral leggings worn with an off-the-shoulder sweater and ankle boots.

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    Nadine Coyle was the only member who chose to cover up in a coat and lime green scarf although she did brave bare legs. While Kimberley Walsh poured her Strictly curves in leather leggings worked against an olive green jacket.

    Notably absent from the band’s appearance on Fearne Cotton’s radio show was Nicola Roberts who may well be nursing a sore head after hitting champagne bar Bubbledogs with Cheryl and her boyfriend Tre Holloway last night.

    The band stopped to speak to fans before they headed inside to continue with their promotional run ahead of their Ten Anniversary tour in the New Year.

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