CC Antya 18.83

paṭṭa-vastra, alaṅkāre,samarpiyā sakhī-kare,
sūkṣma-śukla-vastra-paridhāna
kṛṣṇa lañā kāntā-gaṇa,
kailā jalāvagāhana,
jala-keli racilā suṭhāma
Word for word: 
paṭṭa-vastra — silk garments; alaṅkāre — ornaments; samarpiyā — entrusting; sakhī-kare — in the hands of their gopī friends; sūkṣma — very fine; śukla-vastra — white cloth; paridhāna — putting on; kṛṣṇa — Lord Kṛṣṇa; lañā — taking; kāntā-gaṇa — the beloved gopīs; kailā — performed; jala-avagāhana — bathing in the water; jala-keli — pastimes in the water; racilā — planned; su-ṭhāma — very nice.
Translation: 
“All the gopīs entrusted their silken garments and ornaments to the care of their friends and then put on fine white cloth. Lord Kṛṣṇa, taking His beloved gopīs with Him, bathed and performed very nice pastimes in the water of the Yamunā.