Fashion Clothing What's Your Perfect Color? By InStyle Editors InStyle Editors Facebook Instagram Twitter Our editors and writers comprise decades of expertise across the beauty, fashion, lifestyle and wellness spaces in print and digital. We prioritize journalistic integrity, factual accuracy, and also having fun with every story we share. InStyle's editorial guidelines Updated on February 4, 2015 @ 02:32PM Pin Share Tweet Email Trending Videos Photo: George Pimentel/WireImage What's Your Perfect Color? 01 of 18 Drew Barrymore Fernando Allende/SplashNewsOnline.com Not all women can wear lime, but Drew Barrymore's warm skin tone is perfect for the bright hue. Her pale lime Versace dress fits like a glove and the bejeweled neckline adds some razzle dazzle. 02 of 18 Kate Walsh Jon Kopaloff/FilmMagic The stronger the green the better for redheads-olive, emerald, or forest greens are most flattering. Actress Kate Walsh's olive dress does the trick, bringing out her eyes and fiery hair. 03 of 18 Jennifer Lopez Jason Kempin/FilmMagic Easter colors are perfect for women with dark, dramatic complexions-women like singer, designer and new mom Jennifer Lopez. She wore a mint mini from her own fashion line, Justsweet. 04 of 18 Maria Menounos Vince Flores/Celebrity Photo Color can transform your looks and your attitude-and these stars know just the right hues to rock their world. Coral does great things for women with dark hair and eyes like Maria Menounos. She wore a pretty coral dress to the premiere of 27 Dresses. 05 of 18 Renee Zellweger Nancy Kaszerman/Zuma Press Cool blondes with light eyes and porcelain skin suit a blue red rather than an orange one. Renee Zellweger is right on the money in a tomato-red chiffon dress paired with silver Christian Louboutin pumps. 06 of 18 Natalie Portman Bauer-Griffin Natalie Portman suits the deep, dramatic hue of claret because the color has as much warmth as her brown eyes and hair. She wore a Christian Lacroix evening dress on the red carpet recently. 07 of 18 Jennifer Morrison Jon Kopaloff/FilmMagic Cantaloupe, a muted orange, is made for golden blondes like Jennifer Morrison. The actress wore the warm shade in the form of a strapless empire waist dress by Missoni. 08 of 18 Sophia Bush Dimitrios Kambouris/WireImage Sophia Bush has the perfect coloring for mango-it's ideal for brunettes with olive complexions. Her strapless dress follows one of spring's hot trends-brights. 09 of 18 Eva Mendes Jeff Daly/Getty Images Eva Mendes is a tangerine dream in a full-length Antonio Berardi gown. Like most Latinas, Mendes suits the strong color as it complements her skin tone. 10 of 18 Mischa Barton Can Nguyen/Retna Warm, dark golden yellows require a warm complexion. Tawny blond Mischa Barton chose a honey yellow dress and paired it with a caramel jacket. 11 of 18 Paris Hilton Patricia Schlein/WENN Nothing stops traffic like taxicab yellow. Paris Hilton, with her light hair and medium skin tone, wears it well. 12 of 18 Kerry Washington Peter Kramer/Getty Images Daffodil yellow is best worn by those who have either very light or very dark skin tones. Kerry Washington-who often wears yellow on the red carpet-chose the sunny shade for a chic daytime look. 13 of 18 Taylor Swift Gregg DeGuire/WireImage Singer Taylor Swift, with her fair hair and pale skin, is made for wearing periwinkle blue. Her Sandy Spika Grammy Awards dress is embellished with beads and leaves. 14 of 18 Angie Harmon Desiree Navarro/Celebrity Photo Navy is a nice alternative for those who want a break from black. Angie Harmon chose it for Madonna's Malawi benefit-and it enhanced her dark hair and dark eyes. 15 of 18 Emily Blunt Matt Baron/BEImages British actress Emily Blunt chose a turquoise Marc Bouwer gown for the Baftas. The light blue is striking on brunettes, especially those with light eyes, as it draws them out. 16 of 18 Lucy Liu Sara Jaye Weiss/INF Deep yet vibrant violet plays up the drama for pale brunettes. Lucy Liu is a case in point in a Zac Posen gown. 17 of 18 Eva Longoria Parker Ronaldo Schemidt/Getty Images Honey-toned skin provides a stunning backdrop for any color-especially lavender and lilac. Eva Longoria Parker kept it short and sweet with a lavender Oscar de la Renta dress. 18 of 18 Lauren Conrad George Pimentel/WireImage Women with blonde hair and dark eyes really suit dark, dramatic shades like plum or burgundy. Designer Lauren Conrad teamed a deep plum skirt (and nails) with opaque black tights and a rosette-adorned top.