Are you a proud Pinterest fanatic? Here are ten top Pinners who will help fuel your addiction. Follow them and take a much-needed break from studying for exams and writing papers. If you’re interested in following a real-life HC writer, click here and check out Her Campus USC's new Pinterest here. Happy pinning!
Fitsugar, a site dedicated to having fun and feeling beautiful through physical fitness, has 34 boards to satisfy your inner health nut. From “Yoga Poses I Love” to “Gluten-Free Food” to “Cute Fitness Tops and Jackets,” we could spend hours browsing the tips and tricks that Fitsugar offers.
2. This is glamorous
With boards like “chevron and herringbone,” “seaside dreams” and “minerals,” how could you not love This is glamorous? Follow her for beauty and fashion inspiration with a little romance, a little delicacy and a lot of class.
3. Flour On My Face
For those times when your stomach is growling during lecture (we’ve all been there) or you’re just looking for a fun recipe, check out Flour On My Face. I mean, Arlene has an entire board dedicated to vintage aprons and another to tea parties. With 105 boards and counting, Flour On My Face is one of the most prolific accounts on this list, so rest assured that she will always have something new for you to re-pin.
4. Michael Kors
Pins from the mind of one of the most popular fashion designers in the country – how could we resist? The “Bag Alert” board alone is worth the follow, but Michael’s other boards branch out from fashion and let us in on some of his inspiration. “Travel Diary,” “Faces,” and “#FallingInLoveWith” give us insight on MK’s latest projects and designs.
Oh Refinery29, you had us at your “Nail Art” board. Focusing on trends in fashion and beauty “from the runways to the streets,” R29 offers its followers beauty tips, “Eye Candy,” and special Reserve Deals that offer high fashion grabs at low prices (perfect for college students!).
For the globally-connected Collegiette, Mashable’s Pinterest page includes boards on social media, infographics and tech & gadgets. Mashable proclaims itself as “the largest independent website dedicated to news, information and resources for the connected generation,” so you can procrastinate and learn something at the same time!
7. Travel Channel
Want to get away? Live vicariously through others by following the Travel Channel. You can stay closer to home with the “Across America” board, or venture into the unknown with “Cultures Around the World.” The Travel Channel even offers behind-the-scenes photos from some of its most popular shows, including Bizarre Food and Man v. Food Nation.
8. Alison, the Knotty Bride
It’s completely normal to spend hours planing your wedding on Pinterest. Alison, the blogger for the Knotty Bride, has you covered from start (see the “Stationary” board for cute invitations) to finish (the “Drink” board features cute cocktails).
9. Sorority Please
With boards from “Social themes” to “Lilly-esque,” Sorority Please is a Pinterest haven for all things Greek. Get inspired for recruitment, check out vacation photos, or just sit back and share the sisterly love.
10. Bri Emery
37k followers don’t lie: Bri is a Pinterest queen. Her boards are unique and thoughtful: “bri just likes this. maybe even love” is an eclectic mix of kitchen tools, floral prints and pretty plants. If you’re looking for words of wisdom, her typography board has you covered.
Mary Bryce Hargis is a sophomore at the University of Southern California majoring in Cognitive Science. After graduation, she wants to combine her two passions, psychology and law, into one high-powered career as a Trial Consultant. She's a transfer student from George Washington University in Washington, D.C., which she decided was entirely too cold for her. She enjoys taking advantage of the balmy Los Angeles weather with trips to Venice Beach, Topanga Canyon, and the Griffith Observatory. Born and raised in North Carolina, Mary Bryce is a southern girl at heart, but she has been majorly influenced by the Best Coast. In her free time, she likes to eat chocolate, watch True Blood, tweet, and go to USC Football games.