A black-over-white (one-third white) bicolor coat is your “typical” tuxedo. The black fur covers most of the back and the tail. They often have a white face with a black “mask” effect.
Some of them will have black spots on their faces, or a “goatee” effect of black on the chin. In addition, they have a white underbelly (chest and abdomen), and lower legs and paws.
Due to the association of tuxedos with formal occasions, some people say that tuxedo cats have “class.”
Winsor Newton paint on Arches 140# coldpress