We struggled mightily to find a burgundy suit that would work for two members of my daughter's wedding party - her brother (who walked me down the aisle) and one of her attendants. We did end up finding the perfect one at a small shop in our town.
We discovered that sometimes the less-popular colors and styles are best found at some of the independent men's wear shops. See if you have any of these in the area where you live.
We were very, very fortunate in finding the local shop. The owner was incredibly accommodating, even helping me out after purchasing one of the suits for the attendant and needing to ship it to Atlanta (we're in NJ) for her to try on It didn't fit, and he told me to have her ship it back for the exchange. He was also very helpful in fitting my son who needed a pair of pants from one size 'suit' and a jacket from another. Local shops are the best!
We searched forever to find a plum tux jacket for FH. We stumbled upon National Tuxedo Rental and I gotta say, I'm so impressed. They have great prices, great reviews, a great selection, and a really easy website. You just add in all the guys, assign the tux you designed, and then they get an email walking them through putting in their sizes, and reminders to order. I just checked, and they have a wine colored one that looks like what you have pictured.
Have you had any luck? I’m getting married this Fall and was also looking to do burgundy. Everything I found online was super cheap like ASOS or Suitusa, and that’s not what I’m going for. I’d like a reputable suit maker.
My husband got a Ted Baker London tux in burgundy. However, we did find quite a handful of burgundy suits at Macy’s. They usually start coming out around the holidays according to the sales assistants there!