BRG - British Racing Green is a colour steeped in Automotive History.
It takes its name from the green international motor racing colour of the United Kingdom.
This originated with the 1903 Gordon Bennett Cup, held in Ireland (then still part of the UK). At that time motor-racing was illegal in England. As a mark of respect, the British cars were painted shamrock green.
Navy and grey will always be the main wardrobe staples in any man's wardrobe and they should be your first choice for almost every item of clothing and there are several contenders for what should be next, including brown, tan and burgundy.
Green is sometimes overlooked but deserves some extra attention -Accessories, knitwear and chinos are all great ways to experiment with this colour.