Jessica Alba's Sparkly 'Tie': Love It or Leave It?

06/01/2012 at 04:30 PM ET

Jessica Alba
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Blazers and boyfriend jeans have become wardrobe staples, and now one trendy celeb is stealing yet another look from the men’s department.

Jessica Alba was spotted wearing a sparkly trompe l’oeil ‘necktie’ — part of the design of her Alice + Olivia sweater — paired with black-and-white printed ankle-length pants and bright orange cap-toe heels. While she did put a girly spin on the boy’s piece — it’s ultra sparkly! — we’re not sure her new accessory is a must-have for everyone.

What do you think of her fashion risk? Would you wear it? Vote in our poll below!

–Jennifer Cress

WEIGH IN ON MORE FASHION RISKS IN ‘WOULD YOU WEAR THESE TRENDS?’

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miragerf on

I don’t even think men should wear neck ties.
They are symbols of fashion oppression. LOL.
Fancy dog collars!

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