Little Mix stars Perrie Edwards, Jade Thirlwall and Leigh-Anne Pinnock have reminded us why they’re some of the most relatable star around by rocking some super affordable footwear in their latest music video for new single, titled No.

All three members of the group have been spotted wearing shoes from online footwear brand EGO in the video, with each style costing less than £20.

The trio, who filmed the video whilst two thirds of the group were pregnant, look glamorous as ever in the clip, channeling their inner Desperate Housewives; wearing matching velour tracksuits, brightly coloured silk gowns and the biggest hair we’ve ever seen.

In one scene, the singers swap out their tracksuits and trainers for dresses and heels, with Perrie and Jade both sporting EGO’s Avalon Block Heel Mules, £19.99 here which feature a square toe and a chunky heel.

The two girls opted for the vibrant orange and green colourway, but this style in particular comes in a whopping 30 different shades, including cow print and a trendy gold croc version.

Keeping it simple, Leigh-Anne went for EGO’s Turntup Woven Mules in the white shade, which also retail for just £19.99 here.

This style has a braided upper section and a low stiletto heel, with an equally flattering square toe design which looks great with Leigh-Anne’s emerald green dress.

Fans of the group are loving the girls’ style in the video, with many flocking to Twitter, Instagram and YouTube to shower them with compliments.

“The outfits are everythingggg #NoMusicVideo,” one fan tweets.

“This is so different. I like the style a lot,” another writes.

On a series of behind-the-scenes snaps shared to Jade’s Instagram account, one fan writes; “Thousand points for the styling as always,” as another comments on the group’s velour tracksuits, adding; “Get the tracksuits on the merch store hun.”

Each member had their names bedazzled on the derriere section of their trousers, with Jade in red, Leigh-Anne in turquoise and Perrie in pink. The co-ords remind us of the popular Juicy Couture tracksuits, but some fans think they’re reminiscent of The Powerpuff Girls.

“The powerpuff girls grow up and realize they don't have to suck up to anyone,” one person writes on YouTube.

“Total powerpuff girls,” another says.

Whilst we’re unsure where the girls got their personalised tracksuits, we’ll definitely be adding their bargain footwear to our Christmas wish list this year.

Head over to EGO’s website here to shop the exact style – plus more on-trend footwear, bags and clothing that won't break the piggy bank.

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