“It’s all about finding the perfect balance”

I have a confession to tell you guys – and it’s that I’m not a huge fan of sports. Now, just because I don’t like sports, it doesn’t mean that I don’t play any – as a matter of fact, I enjoy playing tennis, badminton, bowling, and swimming. When I was growing up, I used to play bowling a lot with my mom and my little brother. Every time I got off school, my mom would take me and my brother to play bowling for a few hours. At some point, I entered a local competition hosted by the bowling alley. I didn’t win the first place, but it was such a great experience and connecting with the other players, even though they were (much) older than me. These days, I barely have time to play any sports, but because the gym is right beside my house, I go whenever I can and some exercises here and there. In addition, I have never been one to purchase any athletic clothes – simply put, most of them are appalling. As fashion progresses, athletic clothes become much more modern and stylish.
The thing that I love about fashion is that, there’s no boundaries and limit, assuming that you’re comfortable in what you’re wearing. Style doesn’t really exist in my dictionary, as I like to experiment with my look and go with whatever makes me happy. This look for example, I paired a sporty sweater with sleek black trousers and crisp white sneakers. It has two things that I like, such as luxury items and sports.

Photos by Krystle of Dine and Fash and Self.

Posted by:Vincent Ko

Vincent Ko is a fashion photographer, stylist and creative consultant based in Toronto. He specializes in editorial photography and portraiture. His love for design, architecture, food and coffee is constantly share amongst his viewers with the sole intention to inspire others through his lens.