CC Antya 18.101

punarapi kaila snāna,śuṣka-vastra paridhāna,
ratna-mandire kailā āgamana
vṛndā-kṛta sambhāra,
gandha-puṣpa-alaṅkāra,
vanya-veśa karila racana
Word for word: 
punarapi — again; kaila — took; snāna — bath; śuṣka-vastra — dry cloth; paridhāna — putting on; ratna-mandire — in a small house of jewels; kailā — did; āgamana — arrival; vṛndā-kṛta — arranged by the gopī Vṛndā; sambhāra — all kinds of articles; gandha-puṣpa-alaṅkāra — scented flowers and ornaments; vanya-veśa — forest dress; karila — did; racana — arrangement.
Translation: 
“Then they all bathed again, and after putting on dry clothing, they went to a small jeweled house, where the gopī Vṛndā arranged to dress them in forest clothing by decorating them with fragrant flowers, green leaves and all kinds of other ornaments.