SB 3.15.41

vidyut-kṣipan-makara-kuṇḍala-maṇḍanārha-
 gaṇḍa-sthalonnasa-mukhaṁ maṇimat-kirīṭam
dor-daṇḍa-ṣaṇḍa-vivare haratā parārdhya-
 hāreṇa kandhara-gatena ca kaustubhena
Word for word: 
vidyut — lightning; kṣipat — outshining; makara — alligator shaped; kuṇḍala — earrings; maṇḍana — decoration; arha — as it fits; gaṇḍa-sthala — cheeks; unnasa — prominent nose; mukham — countenance; maṇi-mat — gem-studded; kirīṭam — crown; doḥ-daṇḍa — of His four stout arms; ṣaṇḍa — group; vivare — between; haratā — charming; para-ardhya — by the most precious; hāreṇa — necklace; kandhara-gatena — adorning His neck; ca — and; kaustubhena — by the Kaustubha jewel.
Translation: 
His countenance was distinguished by cheeks that enhanced the beauty of His alligator-shaped pendants, which outshone lightning. His nose was prominent, and His head was covered with a gem-studded crown. A charming necklace hung between His stout arms, and His neck was adorned with the gem known by the name Kaustubha.