What people commonly refer to as style, isn't how flamboyant your drawing is. Style is the visual language an artist uses to express ideas, represent forms, and many other things. For example, if you look go to the top and click on the galleries you will notice that the line drawings from each artist looks a bit different. While they all are realistic, they still have their own style. Some of them represent a muscle using a solid line, while others use hatch marks. Some draw mechanical bits very organically, some look like a technical drawing. Sit down and a draw a sphere. How you represented that sphere is part of your style. It's just a simple object, but still contains style.
That's all style is. As you grow as an artist, you pick up little bits and pieces of other artist's visual language and even develop your own. So there really is no need to force a style onto yourself. You like how Anime eyes look? Pick that up. You like how The Hulk's bicep was depicted in issue #485, pick it up. Take what you want, leave what you don't.
However, it's still important to have a fundamental understanding of structure. You can't really put up wall paper without a wall.
"Astronomy offers an aesthetic indulgence not duplicated in any other field. This is not an academic or hypothetical attraction and should require no apologies, for the beauty to be found in the skies has been universally appreciated for unrecorded centuries."