SB 10.60.9

tāṁ rūpiṇīṁ śrīyam ananya-gatiṁ nirīkṣya
 yā līlayā dhṛta-tanor anurūpa-rūpā
prītaḥ smayann alaka-kuṇḍala-niṣka-kaṇṭha-
 vaktrollasat-smita-sudhāṁ harir ābabhāṣe
Synonyms: 
tām — her; rūpiṇīm — appearing in person; śrīyam — the goddess of fortune; ananya — having no other; gatim — goal; nirīkṣya — seeing; — she who; līlayā — as His pastime; dhṛta — of Him who assumes; tanoḥ — bodies; anurūpa — corresponding; rūpā — whose forms; prītaḥ — pleased; smayan — smiling; alaka — with locks of hair; kuṇḍala — earrings; niṣka — neck ornament; kaṇṭha — on her throat; vaktra — face; ullasat — bright and happy; smita — smile; sudhām — nectar; hariḥ — Lord Kṛṣṇa; ābabhāṣe — spoke.
Translation: 
As He contemplated her, the goddess of fortune herself, who desires only Him, Lord Kṛṣṇa smiled. The Lord assumes various forms to enact His pastimes, and He was pleased that the form the goddess of fortune had assumed was just suitable for her to serve as His consort. Her charming face was adorned with curling hair, earrings, a locket on her neck, and the nectar of her bright, happy smile. The Lord then spoke to her as follows.
Purport: 

Śrīla Śrīdhara Svāmī has quoted an interesting verse, spoken by Śrī Parāśara in the Viṣṇu Purāṇa:

devatve deva-deheyaṁ
 manuṣyatve ca mānuṣī
viṣṇor dehānurūpāṁ vai
 karoty eṣātmanas tanum

“When the Lord appears as a demigod, she [the goddess of fortune] takes the form of a demigoddess, and when He appears as a human being, she takes a humanlike form. Thus the body she assumes matches the one Lord Viṣṇu takes.”

Śrīla Viśvanātha Cakravartī adds that as Lord Kṛṣṇa is even more beautiful than the Lord of Vaikuṇṭha, Lord Kṛṣṇa’s consort Rukmiṇī-devī is even more attractive than the goddess of fortune in the Vaikuṇṭha world.