M. Dumas & Sons Celebrates SEWE with "Puppies in the Window" & Trunk Shows

M. Dumas & Sons will celebrate SEWE this weekend with the popular "Puppies in the Window" and several trunk shows. The men's clothing store is located at 294 King St.

Since SEWE was established 36 years ago, M. Dumas & Sons has partnered with a local animal shelter non-profit to host a puppy adoption drive over SEWE weekend. This year is no exception as the store will partner with Pet Helpers to bring puppies to the front windows of the store. Puppies will be available for adoption in store on Thursday, Friday, and Saturday this week. All proceeds from the adoptions will go towards Pet Helpers' efforts in the Charleston community.

M. Dumas & Sons will also be hosting a full line-up of events with their partner vendors. These include:
  • Trask Shoes Trunk Show
    • Guests will have an opportunity to preview the 2018 spring collection from Trask on Saturday, 2/17 from 9 am to 7 pm. There will also be a tasting of specialty bourbons during the event from 3 pm to 7 pm
  • Madison Creek Pop Up Shop
    • Capturing the spirit of the great outdoors, Madison Creek Outfitters bring sleek, functional outdoor gear to the corner of King and Society Streets with a pop-up shop for SEWE weekend only, Thursday through Sunday. This is the brand's debut at M. Dumas & Sons
  • Southern Trapper
    • Shop unique and exotic leather goods, including wallets, gun bags, belts and more with the Southern Trapper pop-up shop, taking place Thursday through Sunday of SEWE weekend at M. Dumas & Sons
  • Charleston Shucker
    • Find the perfect, personalized oyster knife while browsing the Charleston Shucker Co. pop-up shop, SEWE weekend only at M. Dumas & Sons. A wide selection of oyster knives and other products from the local company will be available
  • Curated Gift Selection
    • Stop into M. Dumas & Sons to find the perfect souvenir from your weekend in Charleston with our wide selection of items specifically curated for SEWE event-goers
    • Browse Boysterous Bow Ties made from Lowcountry oysters, items from Vagabond, stationery from Jack Paper Co., sweetgrass baskets by Delfane Coaxum, animal etchings from Old School, hand-turned wooden bowls made in upstate SC by Ken Eubanks, and more

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