Cheryl Cole continues her love affair with print fashion at album signing in Newcastle

Cheryl Cole was on home turf yesterday as she continued the promotional tour for her album, A Million Lights in Newcastle.

cheryl cole album singingCheryl Cole was picture perfect in prints yesterday. Copyright [WENN]

Keen to show she's still the girl she was when she left the Northern city, Cheryl Cole dressed down for the affair donning skinning stonewash jeans with a white t-shirt given impact with a geometric print jacket.

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It look looked a little too like maths homework for our liking, but somehow the singer pulled it off once more.

cheryl coleCheryl Cole greeted fans as she signed her new album. Copyright [WENN]

She completed the look with a pendant necklace, hot pink nails and nude heels with a white splash at the back.

The Call My Name songstress was all smiles as she greeted her fans at HMV in her home town, and of course just like every other time, she was picture perfect.

cheryl coleCheryl has been feeling the love for animal prints of late. Copyright [WENN]

While there she made time to visit a school for her charity, The Cheryl Cole Foundation proving she's certainly not just a pretty face.

Cheryl's clobber forms part of a recent catalogue of garish prints and statement pieces that are starting to move away from the star's more traditional girlie dresses.

Earlier this week she hit an album singing in Bayswater clad in collage style top with endless colours after going on the prowl in Paris in a leopard print dress.

cheryl coleCheryl's recent wardobe shows off plenty of playfulness. Copyright [WENN]

While in the French capital she proved the power of prints once more as she wore a loud jumpsuit.

When in London last week the beautiful brunette played with polka dots and added a grey animal print hoodie to her fashion repertoire.

We're liking this feisty fashion move — we'll be digging prints in no time.