Second Sunday on King is back today, with a great forecast and fashion

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The Second Sunday on King Street series is back today, March 10, and if the weather forecast holds steady, we're in for a beautiful day of strolling a car-less King Street with sunny skies and high topping at 70.

The event will run from 1 to 5 p.m. (you did remember to spring ahead, right?)

Here are details about this month's installment.

In addition to music, shopping, and dining on King between Broad to Calhoun streets, there will be a fashion focus as Charleston Fashion Week organizers join in, "There's no place like King Street for shopping and fashion, and this month's 2nd Sunday on King Street will celebrate just that with a "What Are You Wearing to Charleston Fashion Week" extravaganza! Join the fun as CFW staff, models, and presenting sponsor Baker Motor Company bring pop-up photo shoots, video confessionals and ticket giveaways for CFW Events."

Organizers are also boasting of a number of sales:

Belk is back in downtown Charleston at 341 King Street. Their Pop-Up Shop will be open 2nd Sunday and stay through the end of March. • Williams Sonoma is Open! Check out their new location at 359 King. • Stop by the Silver Puffin for their last day on King Street, and visit them in their new location, 43 Broad Street, opening soon. • Campo Marzio has a huge giveaway at 4:00 PM. It's a "Brighten Your Office for Spring" Basket of Campo items... enter to win! • Croghan's will host a Sea Glass Salon with artist Judith Paixio • 9 West will offer $25 off your purchase of $100 or more.

Stop by the Le Creuset Signature Store at 241 King Street to purchase a 2013 Limited Edition Rainbow Row Mini-Cocotte boxed set and then head to artist Tate Nation’s studio at 257 King Street for an autograph. Tate’s painting Harbor Neighbors adorns the boxed set that vividly captures one of Charleston’s most iconic scenes.

The Preservation Society of Charleston’s Book & Gift Shop at King & Queen will host authorCurtis Worthington to sign his book. The book compiles this intriguing and surprising, first-ever collection of fiction, nonfiction, and poetry selections by thirty- four local and internationally acclaimed authors.

Charleston Florist will celebrate their 80th birthday with a party, music and the Cupcake truck. Stop in to 184 King to wish them another eighty, and pick up a pretty cash-and-carry bouquet while you're there.

You can watch Charleston Impressionists Rick Reinert and Kevin LePrince paint in their studio/gallery at 179 King Street.

Book your spa services at Cos Bar and take 20% off! Affordables sale merchandise will be 80% off and on the sidewalk!

When it comes to getting to the event, don't forget you can get two hours of free parking at a number of downtown garages with this voucher.