SB 10.41.40

tatas tu vāyakaḥ prītas
 tayor veṣam akalpayat
vicitra-varṇaiś caileyair
 ākalpair anurūpataḥ
Synonyms: 
tataḥ — then; tu — moreover; vāyakaḥ — a weaver; prītaḥ — affectionate; tayoḥ — for the two of Them; veṣam — dress; akalpayat — arranged; vicitra — various; varṇaiḥ — with colors; caileyaiḥ — made of cloth; ākalpaiḥ — with ornaments; anurūpataḥ — suitably.
Translation: 
Thereupon a weaver came forward and, feeling affection for the Lords, nicely adorned Their attire with cloth ornaments of various colors.
Purport: 

Śrīla Jīva Gosvāmī explains that the weaver adorned the Lords with cloth armlets and earrings that looked just like jewels. The word anurūpataḥ indicates that the colors matched nicely.