August 8, 2022 | 

The fanny pack was once one of the most unglamorous accessories since the invention of the handbag. Made of nylon, it dangled below the soft bellies of unattractive tourists. But a few seasons ago, the fanny pack began its storm to the fashion throne. There are no limits to the use of the waist bag. From elegant to sporty, there’s a type of bag for every look today. Even those that were not originally intended to be strapped on are converted by fashion girls to a belt bag and slung around the hips or waist. We curated this great label for you: Tessa Swinkels, a niche accessory label from the Netherlands based in Amsterdam and founded in 2017. All products are designed by themselves and handmade in their studio or in a small factory in Europe. They focus on unique, sustainable and luxurious products made from high-quality Italian leather. Passion for craftsmanship, high standards and minimalistic design are the basis of the label. No wonder that these accessories are so popular because those special bags have so many advantages: You carry your belongings close to your body, protect your money and smartphone from thieves and have your hands free the whole time. As most belt bags have several zipped compartments, the bag is finally tidy and you can quickly find everything. Another advantage of it: the small accessory can be combined in an extremely versatile way. So take a look at the label showroom and let yourself be carried away by the practical trend!

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