Celebrity Kendall Jenner Kendall Jenner Paired a Gigantic Blazer With the Tallest Boots While Getting Ready for the Oscars After-Party And this was before the glam, believe it or not. By Averi Baudler Averi Baudler Instagram Averi is a Chicago-based news writer and has been at InStyle since 2022. She covers all of the latest happenings in the entertainment industry, focusing on celebrity style and breaking news. InStyle's editorial guidelines Published on March 30, 2022 @ 10:56AM Pin Share Tweet Email Photo: Getty Images From streetwear looks to red carpet ensembles, oversized fashion is no stranger to celebrity closets — and for good reason: The baggy trend is the perfect way to wear chic outfits that feel more or less like your favorite pair of pajamas. While the oversized clothing movement may not be new, leave it to fashion extraordinaire Kendall Jenner to take the trend to the next level. In a pair of snaps posted to her Instagram account, Kendall posed in a gigantic black tuxedo blazer to promote a new video with Vogue that showed her getting ready process for the 2022 Vanity Fair Oscar after-party. The model paired her oversized blazer with skin-tight, over-the-knee black boots, a black crocodile embossed bag, and the same pair of black, oval-shaped sunnies she later sported while walking the after-party carpet that night. Kendall kept her hair and makeup simple in the shots, opting to go makeup-free and leave her wavy red hair parted in the middle in preparation for her impending pre-party glam session. Kendall Jenner Announced Her Next Collaboration Wearing the Sexiest Mummy Dress In the video, Kendall gave viewers a behind-the-scenes look into everything she does to get red carpet ready, which of course included mixing a drink using her very own 818 tequila to calm the nerves. The model, who's been open about her struggles with anxiety in the past, also chatted about the pressure that comes with walking red carpets or attending big events. "There's definitely tons behind the scenes that people don't see," Kendall said. "And internal struggles that people go through before they step out into a public setting or into a really nice atmosphere. So I definitely look at situations and people differently. We really don't know what people are struggling with."