A look that suits them

Tuxedos have gone from gender-bending stage wear (Marlene Dietrich, Julie Andrews) to out-of-the-box red carpet wear (Celine Dion, Diane Keaton) to wardrobe staple. The women's tuxedo look encompasses way more than a suit and tie. It's morphed into jumpsuits, shirt dresses and other styles with serious feminine sex appeal.

By Booth Moore
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