There are many ways to casualize or formalize your outfit. The basic parts that can be modified and make the whole difference are hair, makeup and shoes. I am the type of person that would dress comfy. There are no labels on how to dress for a specific place. If you feel like wearing something more formal for a coffee or even at your uni then do it, and if you feel like wearing something more casual for clubbing then no one's gonna stop you ;). It is all about your mood and how you feel!
As you can see this is a casual outfit with a minimal makeup. Once you go home and you're in a hurry, a way to formalize your outfit is to remove your scarf, put some makeup on (and what i would do is put some dark lipstick on), and add your accessories (earrings, necklace, bracelets).
Mac Cosmetics - Retro Matte Liquid Lipcolour - High Drama
Moving on to this outfit which i wore at a cafe were i went to study. I can determine this outfit as a casual as i am wearing a jumper, converse and my laptop's bag. I wouldn't mind wearing this outfit in any situation (except at a night club >.<). Jeans could be worn in any situation so it would be a perfect idea just grabbing a clutch bag, changing shoes and wearing a nice navy faux fur scarf that I love styling with my jeans, if you only feel like doing it. :)
Oversized Faux Fur Scarf Navy - Missguided
Moving to the last outfit which is an outfit I wore at a club, and as you can see it's a casual outfit ''while it was an rnb night''. Again, it always depends on the situation and most important your mood. I could have also wear something more formal, but i wasn't really feeling it. The specific khaki bodysuit, it's neither formal nor casual. What makes it more formal it's the ''effort i gave'' in creating this makeup look. I haven't uploaded a full-body picture, but i was wearing high heels and as a jacket a black/khaki fur. If you would like to casualize it and wear that at a cafe or any other place, then create a minimal makeup change your hair and your shoes and there you go. A messy bun and some sneakers on and you're ready for your ''coffee o'clock''.
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