Accessories: a creative and unique fashion trend

By Michael Torres

Following the start of fall quarter, I visited San Diego with my best friend for a weekend of sightseeing and relaxation. During our getaway, we visited many small boutiques and local restaurants.

Eventually, we learned that we were visiting San Diego the same weekend the 34th Annual Adams Avenue Street Fair was being held.

On Sept. 26 and 27, the fair welcomed local residents and tourists to enjoy delicious treats and witness performances from over 110 musical acts on eight different stages. Other activities included arts and crafts, booths, carnival rides and a variety of small businesses from across Southern California selling artisan goods.

While walking down Adams Avenue, I was amazed by the amount of different food options, but I was captivated by the creative designs offered by Two Tree Designs.

Two Tree Designs is a small business that was founded in 1999. The merchant offers uniquely crafted jewelry, handbags, messenger bags and wallets that appeal to modernists.

Taken by the alternative and creative print designs of this small business, I purchased two messenger bags for only $43. The bags were at a price exclusive to the event.

On the flap, one of the messenger bags features foxes that wear various styles of clothing against a camel background. The second bag features a flap of typewriters with transparent words against a black background

In comparison to other bags, the bags I purchased are smaller, but they are quite useful for holding everyday essentials.

The bags are eye-catching: on Friday, I attended Universal Halloween Horror Nights and received multiple compliments on my bag. Many praised the simplistic yet elegant print design on the bag’s flap

If you’re looking for creative and fun accessories, I would suggest looking into Two Tree Designs’ selection. To view its offerings, visit twotreedesigns.com.

Michael Torres

Michael Torres

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