Looks fine to me. If I click on the 3.3V pin on the esp32s all the connections light up yellow (indicating they are correctly connected.) Switching to pcb view you can see the connections as rats nest lines (the one between the two top connectors is hard to see though, as it is under another rats nest line.)
To make seeing it easier I clicked on the rats nest line (which creates a trace) then dragged the one on top out of the way before doing the one we want. Clicking on a point in the trace and dragging will move the trace to an appropriate position as the rats nest lines take the shortest distance to the next connection:
Here the trace on the bottom layer is off the board only so we can see the trace we want between the connectors (the trace needs to be moved on to the board for the circuit to work, if it is outside the gray area, it won’t make it on to the pcb.) Note while it would be shorter to route the trace to the 3.3V pin on the ESP, the box marked antena is actually a keep out area where no traces should be routed as they interfere with the antenna. The standard method of making a turn is to run the trace at 45 degrees on a right angle corner as I did here, it only really matters on rf type traces, but always doing so is a good practice. For something like this right angle corners will work fine though (and are less work to make!) When you finish the board feel free to upload the sketch.fzz file (upload is the 7th icon from the left in the reply menu) and one of us will look it over for problems.