While they all opted for neutral hues, the girls' individual styles were clear with each rocking a contrasting outfit.
Cheryl Cole went for her signature military look in camouflage trousers, heeled ankle boots and a luxe black tuxe jacket.
Kimberley Walsh worked simple and sophisticated wearing a ladylike jacket, leather-look trousers and classic courts.
Sarah Harding wore her trademark gilet (she just can't get enough of that faux fur number!) paired with an all-black ensemble.
Nadine Coyle went for all things sexy in a midriff-baring top and red leather thigh-high shoes.
And Nicola Roberts worked an edgier look in a khaki sweater dress and a black hat teamed with strappy stillettos.
The girls were all smiles as they posed for a photo with Radio 1 Breakfast Show presenter, Nick Grimshaw, later in the morning.
We've missed swooning over the band's outfits - bring on more stylish photocalls!
Whose outfit do you like best? Let us know in the comments below.
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