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Cheryl Cole continued her tour of radio stations in the UK, dropping by Key 103 Radio in Manchester yesterday to promote her new single ‘Call My Name’.

She greeted her fans with a huge smile as she left the studio wearing a taupe cropped leather collarless jacket, which is to-die-for, a grey tank and another pair of Current Elliott ‘Stiletto’ jeans.

This light pink leopard pair of jeans is much more complementary to her look. I’m still not sure what she was thinking the last time out.

Whilst Cheryl has designed two shoe collections for Stylist Pick, this is the first time we actually get to see her wearing a pair.

The ‘Humbug’ bootie with python trims is from her Spring/Summer collection.

You can buy Cheryl’s Current/Elliott jeans from farfetch.com
and her self designed ‘Humbug’ booties from Stylistpick.com.

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Cheryl Cole was spotted at BBC Radio One studios earlier today.

She was on the Chris Moyles show to promote her new single, ‘Call My Name’, plus she talked about Simon Cowell, and Girls Aloud reforming for their tenth anniversary in November. Has it really been that long?

The singer braved the treacherous rainy conditions wearing a colourful ensemble.

Her Current/Elliott leopard-print jeans are the standout piece of this look.

They were teamed with an Alexander Wang silk colour-block top and a black Boy by Band of Outsiders blazer with leather lapels.

Christian Louboutin ‘Djaldos’ pink wedges and her trademark voluminous bouffant completed her look.

Whilst I like some of the pieces individually, together it is a hot mess.

Leopard print, colour-block and neon? Seriously, how many trends does she need to work in one look?

And to think this woman is still regarded as a style icon.

You can purchase Cheryl’s Alexander Wang top from farfetch.com.
Her Current/Elliott jeans are from Boutique1.com and ASOS.com.
Cheryl’s Boy. by Band of Outsiders blazer is from Net-A-Porter.com
and her Christian Louboutin wedges are also from Net-A-Porter.com.

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Due to the success of her first collection, Cheryl Cole has designed a Summer collection for StylistPick.com.

The collection, which is available now, is named after her favourite sweets.

We have Fizz Wizz, Fizz Balls and Fizz Bomb suede sandal wedges in blue, coral and chocolate brown tones, each adorned with colourful tassel laces.

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Cheryl Cole has kept a very low profile ever since being booted off the US version of ‘The X Factor’ and being humiliated by her cheating husband yet again, but she’s on the comeback trail; she is currently shooting a new music video and covering the May 2012 issue of Marie Claire UK.

In the issue, which hits newsstands on April 5th, the 28-year-old pop star looks great on both the newsstand cover wearing a cut-out dress and on the subscribers’ cover wearing Dolce & Gabbana.

The rest of her editorial shot by Tesh sees Cheryl wearing Fendi, Carven and Dior.

Cheryl opens up to Marie Claire about her biggest regrets, her serious shoe addiction and her hopes for the future.

On how she sees the next chapter of her life panning out: “Who. The hell. Knows. In life, in general, you just don’t know. That’s the fun of it.”

On her shoe addiction: “It’s definitely got worse over the years, my shoe thing. Just worse and worse and worse. I should really seek a little bit of therapy. Me doing my own shoe range is quite cathartic.”

On her life being much more normal than portrayed by the tabloids: “I’m from such a normal family and background. I’m grateful for that; otherwise it could send you crazy… People have this crazy idea of my life.”

On people analysing her life: “I mean, sometimes, when people say things like, ‘Is the fact she’s wearing a pair of jeans sending out a signal?’, that still freaks me out. People psychoanalysing every move you make is weird.”

On if she has any regrets: “In life? No. Life’s too short to have regrets. Mistakes are life. I don’t live like that. I don’t have that mentality. I think that things are sent to you so you learn and grow. If you regret them, you would never be the person that you are.”

Cheryl Cole and her stylist were finally reunited on the set of her new music video ‘Call My Name’, which was shot in LA this weekend.

Let’s face it: left to her own devices, Cheryl isn’t very good at styling herself…remember her first day on the job on ‘The X Factor USA’?

Sorry for putting that picture back in your mental rolodex, but I was trying to illustrate my point.

The former ‘X Factor’ judge sent temperatures soaring on set wearing an Altuzarra Spring 2012 blazer with a bold tropical print.

Her sharply tailored blazer was teamed with some sexy leopard-print Dolce & Gabbana hot pants, a floral-print bustier and tri-colour Brian Atwood ‘Alima’ neon patent-leather peep-toes.

She has finally ditched the awful blonde locks and returned to her more natural brunette hair colour.

I hate to admit it, but I’m looking forward to her comeback.

You can buy Cheryl’s Altuzarra blazer from Net-A-Porter.com.
Her Dolce & Gabbana bikini bottoms are available from Net-A-Porter.com.
You can also shop her Brian Atwood ‘Alima’ tri-colour peep-toes from Net-A-Porter.com.

Credit: Style.com & Xposure




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