Little Mix found their own fashion identity after they left 'The X Factor'.
The girl group were put together on the British talent show in 2011 after auditioning separately and while being mentored to victory by pop star Tulisa Contostavlos they admit they had little control over their on-stage styling.
However, once they started touring and recording the foursome - Jesy Nelson, Perrie Edwards, Leigh-Anne Pinnock and Jade Thirlwall - quickly found what clothes worked for them.
Jesy said: "To be honest, on 'The X Factor' we didn't really have a choice. We got thrown in it whether we liked it or not. We've found what suits us now though and fashion evolves so we've changed with it."
The girls admit to having expensive taste since conquering the charts across the world, but still are big fans of high street clothes as well.
Perrie said: "I'm a bit obsessed with Prada handbags and Jimmy Choo (shoes). I wore an Isabel Maran skirt in 'Black Magic' (music video) that I loved."
The 'Move' hitmakers also think it's impossible to rival London's fashion as the band gushed to Hunger magazine about the late designer Alexander McQueen.
Speaking to the new issue of the publication, Leigh-Anne said: "You'd never find creativity or designs like Alexander McQueen's anywhere else in the world. I went to the Savage Beauty exhibition recently, it was insane!
"There's nobody like him and I don't think there will be again."