...but based on a comment that got taken the wrong way, and, in my usual way, taken WAY too far, I think we need to start a new school of fashion design. After hearing the phrase "Wait, that's OK, you're a watery death", I can suddenly see this taking the place of "well, you are more of an autumn" or something.
Color charts are based on how you died (or are likely to die). Blues are drowning, oranges for fire, more earth tones for blunt trauma, greens for disease, black for buried alive, and reds for violent wounding. Can you just imagine the trendy, done up fashion consultant, sitting with the supermodel, saying "I think this dress will bring out your eyes, nicely, since you are more of a gangrene death."