Any secondhand Toyota sedan. It's not like you need all the bells and whistles anyway
A British car like a Mini Cooper. That quirkiness is just so irresistible!
A brand new van. It's a good, solid investment, and you might need the extra space sometime soon.
A drool-worthy sports car. The price tag is worth seeing every other driver's face as you leave them in the dust.
You won't pick anything in particular. You'd just keep trying on pairings and combinations until you get something that looks about right.
You'd reach for that new ensemble that looks like it just came from a designer's collection (unless, of course, it actually did come from a designer's collection).
You'd reach for your old dependable jeans and your favorite shirt. Put it down to force of habit.
Any old pair of sweats and a shirt will do. Who'll care what you look like anyway?
You'll get that PDA phone that your colleague or friend recommended. Even if it's not the latest model, everybody else says that it's really dependable. You think that you might also have a use for all those nifty features.
Any phone will do, as long as it can call or text. It doesn't matter to you whether the screen's full color or black-and-green.
You'll get one of those new mid-range phones with the MP3 player and the high-resolution camera. It's not exactly top-of-the-line, but a lot of people have it and it's just what you wanted.
Something like those designer phones from Prada. You're going to be flaunting it everywhere anyway, so the cost for the branding is worth it.
Something that looks edgy and couture. Armani and Dior come up with office-appropriate outfits, after all.
A classic button-down with a business jacket over it. You can't be too sure where your job's going to take you.
The company uniform. It saves you the hassle of choosing a new outfit every morning.
A regular shirt and bottom, with a zany tie or some cool accessories for added flair.
Go out and explore the city! There's nothing like experiencing another side of the local nightlife.
Call up some friends and go to your favorite diner. It's not what you'd call a special event, but it's definitely something.
Party the night away! The club scene has your name all over it tonight.
Start reading that book you just bought. Why ruin the restive atmosphere?
Almost everything's from Ikea or the nearest furniture store. Nothing fancy there.
Most of the stuff in your room have been there since time immemorial. They've been there so long that you've forgotten where or when you got them.
It's a zany mix of shapes and colors. You didn't really go with a scheme or design. You just bought and added interesting pieces as you found them.
It's a very designer space, and everything there fits with your contemporary room design.
You'd go to that eclectic coffee place your friend told you about.
Starbucks, of course. Heaven forbid you be seen buying coffee anywhere else.
You'd look for the cheapest coffee in the food court. After all, coffee is coffee, right?
You'd go to your favorite coffee shop. You really like the coffee and the atmosphere there.