IDIOMS

pitch-perfect

(idiomatic) Utterly suitable and flawless with respect to tone, expression, appearance, or other major experienceable characteristics.

Example: 2009 Sept. 4, Lev Grossman, "50 Things to See, Hear and Do This Fall," Time (retrieved 24 Sep 2015):
  Kazuo Ishiguro (The Remains of the Day, Never Let Me Go) has made his name as a pitch-perfect prose stylist.
2012 April 27, Charlotte Williamson, "Mexico: journey to the end of the earth," Telegraph (UK) (retrieved 24 Sep 2015):
  The food is first-class, with the emphasis on Italian dishes: delicious wood-fired pizzas, pastas, and a pitch-perfect fillet steak.
2014 Aug. 9, Dan Kennedy, "Book Review: Hack Attack by Nick Davies," Boston Globe (retrieved 24 Sep 2015):
  Davies’s tale . . . even features a villain with the pitch-perfect name of Neville Thurlbeck.
2015 Feb. 22, Robin Lempel, "Julianne Moore's Oscar 2015 Dress Wows On Academy Awards Red Carpet," HollyWoodTake.com (retrieved 24 Sep 2015):
  Julianne Moore's on a roll! . . . [T]he fiery redhead flirted with fringe in a pitch-perfect gown at the Mockingjay - Part 1 premiere.