Girls Aloud turn up for Radio 1 Breakfast Show rocking every trend imaginable

Girls Aloud are always impeccably turned out, but we don't think we've ever seen a band tick quite so many fashion boxes.

Cheryl Cole rocked the print trend, whilst Sarah Harding looked amazing in fur. Copyright [Rex]

Girls Aloud turned up for an interviewon the Radio 1 Breakfast Show rocking just about every current trend imaginable.

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Cheryl Cole rocked the print trend, dressed in a pair of camouflage trousers, teamed with a black blazer and black heels.

Sarah Harding chose to show off the fur trend, in a very cosy looking black fur coat paired with skinny jeans and heels.

Kimberley Walsh became the latest celeb to try out the leather trend - she turned up in leather trousers paired with a grey top and grey cardigan.

Kimberley Walsh and Nicola RobertsKimberley Walsh and Nicola Roberts went for leather. Copyright [Rex]Nadine Coyle joined Kimberley in the leather theme - she wore black leggings with a red leather overlay. Quite a daring look, but she kept the top half simple with an oversized black jumper.

Nicola RobertsNicola Roberts demonstrated how to do knitwear. Copyright [Rex]A special mention has to go to Nicola Roberts, who perfectly demonstrated how to rock knitwear this winter - in a green maxi dress and cute black beanie hat.

The girls confirmed during the interview that they'll be headlining the Capital FM Jingle Bell Ball.

We can't wait to see what Christmas-themed outfits Girls Aloud pull out for that gig.