The Charms Horseshoe figurine wears a vivid bluebell blue gown with a low cut bodice and off-the-shoulder straps. She wears a platinum necklace with a lucky horseshoe pendant and her flamboyant earrings and a triple-stranded bracelet are also in platinum. Included with this figurine is a horseshoe charm which is a traditional symbol of good luck that’s often given to couples on their wedding day, and is considered to ward off sickness and misfortune. There is debate about which way it should hang, with many believing that ends should point upwards so that good luck floating by will be captured within and not fall out. Others believe it should hang with the ends pointing down, as it will then release good luck.