You ladies are legends to me!
I AM by no means a fashionista - the photographic evidence of my fashion miss and misses are stuck on Facebook like a tomato sauce stain on a white top that refuses to budge.
However, it seems to me you don't have to know a lot about fashion to put your two cents in, Kelly Osbourne being a case in point.
So, I have chosen three of my fashion idols at this year's Golden Globes.
Sadly, a lot of them have made it on to some people's worst-dressed lists.
Which I think is absolutely ridiculous ... and here's why:
Emma Watson - I just can't be stuffed with another dress!
Now, people seem to love it or hate it.
I love it. I think this is the Hollywood version of wearing bike pants under a short skirt.
I can just imagine Emma going: "You know I just really can't be bothered with another dress."
"I haven't shaved my legs in three weeks and was hoping to avoid it for another two or more."
Her stylist says: "Babes, no worries. Just keep your three-quarter chinos on and I'll chuck an extra couple of splits up the front and back of this Christian Dior number and, hey presto, we're trend-setters."
Brilliant, she'll go down in history for this and she didn't even need to chuck a pair of tummy suckers on, wear a bra or shave her legs!
Sandra Bullock - Fancy a flamenco?
Either Sandra is having us on or her stylist is having her on.
Either way it's awesome.
The British tabloids have likened her to liquorice allsort.
I see where they're coming from, but they say it like it's a bad thing.
What is wrong with wanting to emulate your favourite sweet treat?
Quite frankly, I can't understand why more people aren't doing it.
Julia Roberts - Doesn't everybody just love a mullet?
I like this one a lot. Because it reminds me a little of a mullet.
It's a bit business on the top, party on the bottom.
I also like it because Julz has obviously walked the red carpet so many times she just can't be bothered anymore.
And who can blame her?
She has worn so many iconic dresses over the years, so what's wrong with throwing your hands up in the air and saying 'stuff it'?
I can just image her chatting to her stylist: "I'm not wearing one more strapless bra.
"They are uncomfortable and I'm over it.
"Yes, that is a lovely dress but you best be getting me that dude's shirt over there if you want me to wear it."