Playlist to Get You Ready in the Morning

Getting ready in the morning can feel like a chore. Parting with our bed feels like a heartbreaking thing to do. On top of that, we still need to think about what to wear. Of course, at times like this, our Matchbox always comes in handy, especially with a special note from our stylist (included in the Matchbox) that will guide you. But, what would make your getting ready session even more exciting? A hella good and uplifting playlist!

YUNA’s Getting Ready Playlist
  1. Good as Hell – Lizzo 
  2. All Tinted – Wolftyla
  3. Love You For A Long Time – Maggie Rogers
  4. Juicy – Doja Cat
  5. Runnin’ – UMI, Yeek
  6. Fake Nice – The Aces
  7. ROXANNE – Arizona Zervas
  8. Clearest Blue – CHVRCHES
  9. Stay Flo – Solange
  10. I Know A Place – MUNA
  11. Just Us – Said the Sky, Yuppycult
  12. Lizzo – Juice
  13. Money Good – Megan Thee Stallion
  14. 10/10 – Rex Orange County
  15. Easy – Great Good Fine Ok

Now that we’re already talking about their music, shall we take a look at some of the artists’ fashion sense? It may give you style inspirations for your next morning!


The Grammy-nominated artist is known for her carefree and fearless style. She wears whatever she wants with her own terms. There’s no such thing as rules in Lizzo’s world. From a glamorous embellished cocktail dress to a casual combo of t-shirt and trainers, Lizzo got it all!


Solange is undoubtedly talented. With relaxed beats and chill melodies, she takes a quite different route than her sister, Beyonce. Solange also dresses up differently. She’s definitely more casual compared to Beyonce that always has some glams on her, making it easier to copy her looks.

Doja Cat

Just like her album and music videos that have colorful visuals, Doja Cat’s fashion style is also full of colors and quirky. Try Doja’s style when you feel like it’s going to be a dull day. Various colors can make you feel better!


There’s clearly something distinct from the stylish trio of electro-pop band, MUNA. They claimed that their unique aesthetic and style are the most fitted representations of themselves (quoted from their interview with Harper’s Bazaar). The influence of the ‘70s and a bit of ‘90s is evident from their daily and stage outfits. You can see them often wearing glasses with tiny frame, plaids, denim, and wide-leg pants.


The 19-year-old R&B singer is currently on the rise with her newly released EP, Love Language. Though her name is now close to the title superstar, her style is somewhat relatable and simple, just like any other 19-year-old would wear. Evidently, UMI sometimes infuses Japanese aesthetic into her look, setting her apart from other 19-year-old fellas.