The 5 Pinterest Accounts That Are Changing How We See Style

04/19/2012 11:10 pm ET | Updated Oct 11, 2012

In our latest installment of Hot On Pinterest, we bring you five stylish pinners that have caught our attention. From Warhol to adorable puppies, these are the Pinterest accounts and inspiration boards that you should be following -- now.

Lulu Frost: Lisa Salzer, the designer behind the celebrity-adored jewelry line, gives followers an intimate look at her work space with her "Studio" board. Plus, the art history buff shares her favorite works and vintage photographs that inspire her creative process.

Arielle Nachmani: The NYC blogger behind Something Navy not only chronicles her favorite outfits, but she also has an entire board dedicated to puppies. (Arielle just got a Cavalier King Charles named Dylan!) And if you're inspired by Rosie Huntington-Whitely's fashion choices like we are, check out Arielle's "Girl Crush" board, it includes many street style photos of the model.

Styleite: With boards like "Animals In Fashion" and "Beyonce And Her Fab Life" positioned alongside "News You Can Use," Styleite's Pinterest account is a perfect balance of playful and practical.

Huffington Post Style: Yes, they're our sister site, but Huffington Post Style is breaking new ground in important topics like "Photoshop Fails" and "Models Without Makeup." But if you're more politically-inclined, don't miss their frequent Michelle Obama and Kate Middleton updates.

Madewell: Follow J. Crew's younger division for behind-the-scenes snaps from their denim road trip across America. In addition to the fashion inspiration from all around the country, we love catching glimpses of the latest merchandise and stylings from their look books.

Want to see your account in our weekly top 5? Then send us an email! Simply click "Send Us A Tip" (below) with a link to your account. (We also accept nominations!) And don't forget -- Stylelist Home is on Pinterest, too.

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