SB 6.16.30

mṛṇāla-gauraṁ śiti-vāsasaṁ sphurat-
 kirīṭa-keyūra-kaṭitra-kaṅkaṇam
prasanna-vaktrāruṇa-locanaṁ vṛtaṁ
 dadarśa siddheśvara-maṇḍalaiḥ prabhum
Word for word: 
mṛṇāla-gauram — white like the fibers of a lotus; śiti-vāsasam — wearing garments of blue silk; sphurat — glittering; kirīṭa — helmet; keyūra — armlets; kaṭitra — belt; kaṅkaṇam — whose bangles; prasanna-vaktra — smiling face; aruṇa-locanam — having reddish eyes; vṛtam — surrounded; dadarśa — he saw; siddha-īśvara-maṇḍalaiḥ — by the most perfect devotees; prabhum — the Supreme Personality of Godhead.
Translation: 
Upon reaching the shelter of Lord Śeṣa, the Supreme Personality of Godhead, Citraketu saw that He was as white as the white fibers of a lotus flower. He was dressed in bluish garments and adorned with a brilliantly glittering helmet, armlets, belt and bangles. His face was smiling, and His eyes were reddish. He was surrounded by such exalted liberated persons as Sanat-kumāra.