The ghungroo gains special significance as it is primarily an ornament which differentiates a dancer from a non-dancer and specifically a dancer ready for performance. ... An integral part of Indian classical dance Ghungroos accentuate the rhythmic percussion acoustics produced by the complex foot movements of the dancers
Original costumes of Kathak was Legha, Choli with dupatta. Present costume of Kathak dance is influenced by Mughal and Hindu Courts.
Gents use the wear ChudidarPayajama, Angarakha, Dupatta and Topi, orPagadi some time on head.
Ladies use to wear either Peshawaj, means Frock, ChurdidarPayajama, Jacket, Chunni and Topi which is an Islamic costume or they wear Ghagara (lahaga).
Suitaleornamanents on head, ear, nose, neck, around the waist and hands are also being worn.