One of the challenges of having an interest in style is the accumulation that comes with it, the latent guilt about the amount of stuff you have in your life. Yes, first world problem, but a problem nonetheless. Lately I've been inspired by those who do more with less, live with high style on tight budgets, and are thoughtful and mindful about the items they bring to their lives. It's an ages-old concept that living with less will make you happier, and that you don't need a lot of resources to live (or dress) well. It's amazing what you can do with a little creativity and a few dollars at Goodwill (the oversize denim shirt and perforated leather clutch in the picture above set me back a whopping $8).