For the man that knows exactly what he wants, he can buy a chocolate brown tuxedo in a number of places to give him the look he demands. Here are a few places where men can find chocolate brown tuxedos and other pieces of formal wear.
For the gentleman getting married, there's nothing more luxurious and nothing less that he deserves than a bespoke tuxedo for his special day. The process of working with a bespoke tailor is simple, pick a nice chocolate brown fabric from a wide selection of available tuxedo fabrics, have the tailor or his assistant measure you up, then wait a few days or a couple of weeks for your individually stitched chocolate brown tuxedo to be made, which will look absolutely fantastic on you. When getting a tuxedo made, just make sure you have enough time before your wedding to have the tuxedo sewn together, and during that time, make sure you haven't gained or lost too much weight, which can affect how the tuxedo ends up fitting on you. If you've gained weight since the tailor first measured you, the tuxedo will be too small. If you lost a lot of weight since the tailor first took your measurements, the tuxedo will be too big and others may think your father handed it down to you. Buying a bespoke tuxedo can be expensive because of the craftsmanship required in tailoring a fine tuxedo and the quality materials that would go into making your bespoke creation, but nothing's too good for a man on his wedding day. That is, if you really wanted a chocolate brown tuxedo to have for life.
You can also find chocolate brown tuxedos at specialty retailers like Al's Formal Wear and Mens Wearhouse where you can rent or buy your own chocolate brown tuxedo in standard sizes that could be altered to fit. While renting a chocolate brown tuxedo can be a bit expensive, it could be a better investment than actually buying one because chocolate brown is not a common color for men's tuxedos and if you want to invest in a tuxedo, it should be in a more classic color like midnight blue or black. You can probably find very affordable brown tuxedos at these specialty retailers, too, if you did want one for your permanent wardrobe. However, remember that when you buy something like a tuxedo, you'll probably have to spend around $100 more on alterations to get it to fit perfectly.
You can also get chocolate brown tuxedos at high-end department stores like Bergdorf Goodman and Bloomingdales. Bergdorf Goodman and Bloomingdales are places where you can get a really luxurious chocolate brown tuxedo made by one of the best fashion designers in the world using some of the highest quality materials. Beware when shopping with shops like these because you will probably end up paying a tremendous premium here, but if money's not an issue, you'll get the chocolate brown tuxedo of your dreams!