It bothers me that they're mismatched pieces (I think right? aren't the pants supposed to have a satin stripe?)
and the belt is pretty casual.
I mean I guess it's sort of tongue in cheek since it's a female wearing a tuxedo so it's her version of it, but it seems to me more like she thought oh hey I've got this tuxedo like jacket here, I'm going to a fancy place, let's "put together" a tux, i'm sure nobody will notice. And then grabbed black pants and shoes and a belt and figured it's basically the same as what they guys are wearing right so why not. I suppose it's all for fun, but it feels more like a fashionista's attempt at wearing 'inspired by' menswear without understanding that if you're in a situation that actually requires a tux, then it requires a real tux. Like if you or I went to an event that called for a suit and we grabbed mismatched navy pants and a navy sportscoat and figured eh nobody will notice.
Edited by Master-Classter - 9/1/16 at 1:14pm