Would You Wear a Ripped T-Shirt Like Fergie’s?

02/09/2011 at 02:20 PM ET

Fergie's Cut-Up T-shirt
Bauer-Griffin

Super-sheer fabrics, plunging necklines, micro-minis—we’ve seen all sorts of barely-there pieces pop up on daring celebs! And Fergie, no stranger to bold looks, added a new one to her eclectic, rocker mix while vacationing in St. Barts over the New Year’s holiday: a T-shirt filled with holes! A tropical getaway might make the most sense for such a revealing shirt, but we wonder—is it too over the top, even for a tropical island? Or is it a cool, artsy take on a white T-shirt? We want to know what you think — your opinion may just appear in the next issue of PEOPLE StyleWatch! Tell us: Would you wear Fergie’s ripped-up T-shirt? Vote below!

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Rita Houston on

Why didn’t she just get a crochet top

Natalie on

Sure, I would wear a shirt like Fergie’s…in the comfort of my own home, and NOWHERE else!

Lauren on

Fergie, in my opinion, is generally a fashion “don’t.” How she snagged Josh D. is beyond me!

Bonnie on

This may have worked with a nude tank or tube top. But a black bra simply doesn’t provide the silhouette the shirt needs to look edgy.

Gina on

looks like she was attacked by a tiger!

deana on

Personally think its really nice… you can wear it w a black bra if your out near the beach on a summer afternoon or night. No where else. Love it.

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