SB 10.33.17

tad-aṅga-saṅga-pramudākulendriyāḥ
 keśān dukūlaṁ kuca-paṭṭikāṁ vā
nāñjaḥ prativyoḍhum alaṁ vraja-striyo
 visrasta-mālābharaṇāḥ kurūdvaha
Synonyms: 
tat — with Him; aṅga-saṅga — from the bodily contact; pramudā — by the joy; ākula — overflowing; indriyāḥ — whose senses; keśān — their hair; dukūlam — dresses; kuca-paṭṭikām — the garments covering their breasts; — or; na — not; añjaḥ — easily; prativyoḍhum — to keep properly arranged; alam — capable; vraja-striyaḥ — the women of Vraja; visrasta — scattered; mālā — their flower garlands; ābharaṇāḥ — and ornaments; kuru-udvaha — O most eminent member of the Kuru dynasty.
Translation: 
Their senses overwhelmed by the joy of having His physical association, the gopīs could not prevent their hair, their dresses and the cloths covering their breasts from becoming disheveled. Their garlands and ornaments scattered, O hero of the Kuru dynasty.