SB 10.75.24

sarve janāḥ sura-ruco maṇi-kuṇḍala-srag-
 uṣṇīṣa-kañcuka-dukūla-mahārghya-hārāḥ
nāryaś ca kuṇḍala-yugālaka-vṛnda-juṣṭa-
 vaktra-śriyaḥ kanaka-mekhalayā virejuḥ
Word for word: 
sarve — all; janāḥ — the men; sura — like the demigods; rucaḥ — whose effulgent complexions; maṇi — jeweled; kuṇḍala — with earrings; srak — flower garlands; uṣṇīṣa — turbans; kañcuka — jackets; dukūla — silk garments; mahā-arghya — very precious; hārāḥ — and pearl necklaces; nāryaḥ — the women; ca — and; kuṇḍala — of earrings; yuga — with pairs; alaka-vṛnda — and locks of hair; juṣṭa — adorned; vaktra — of whose faces; śriyaḥ — the beauty; kanaka — gold; mekhalayā — with belts; virejuḥ — shone brilliantly.
Translation: 
All the men there shone like demigods. They were adorned with jeweled earrings, flower garlands, turbans, waistcoats, silk dhotīs and valuable pearl necklaces. The lovely faces of the women were beautified by their matched earrings and locks of hair, and they all wore golden belts.