SB 12.8.26-27

krīḍantyāḥ puñjikasthalyāḥ
 kandukaiḥ stana-gauravāt
bhṛśam udvigna-madhyāyāḥ
 keśa-visraṁsita-srajaḥ
itas tato bhramad-dṛṣṭeś
 calantyā anu kandukam
vāyur jahāra tad-vāsaḥ
 sūkṣmaṁ truṭita-mekhalam
Synonyms: 
krīḍantyāḥ — who was playing; puñjikasthalyāḥ — of the Apsarā named Puñjikasthalī; kandukaiḥ — with a number of balls; stana — of her breasts; gauravāt — because of the great weight; bhṛśam — very much; udvigna — overburdened; madhyāyāḥ — whose waist; keśa — from her hair; visraṁsita — falling; srajaḥ — the flower garland; itaḥ tataḥ — here and there; bhramat — wandering; dṛṣṭeḥ — whose eyes; calantyāḥ — who was running about; anu kandukam — after her ball; vāyuḥ — the wind; jahāra — stole away; tat-vāsaḥ — her garment; sūkṣmam — fine; truṭita — loosened; mekhalam — the belt.
Translation: 
The Apsarā Puñjikasthalī made a show of playing with a number of toy balls. Her waist seemed weighed down by her heavy breasts, and the wreath of flowers in her hair became disheveled. As she ran about after the balls, glancing here and there, the belt of her thin garment loosened, and suddenly the wind blew her clothes away.