CC Ādi 5.185

suvalita hasta, pada, kamala-nayāna
paṭṭa-vastra śire, paṭṭa-vastra paridhāna
Word for word: 
suvalita — well-formed; hasta — hands; pada — legs; kamala-nayāna — eyes like lotus flowers; paṭṭa-vastra — silk cloth; śire — on the head; paṭṭa-vastra — silk garments; paridhāna — wearing.
Translation: 
He had beautifully formed hands, arms and legs, and eyes like lotus flowers. He wore a silk cloth, with a silk turban on His head.