i respectfully disagree with your definition of style, although i agree with the sentiment. part of style is definitely rooted in doing a trick the way you see it in your head.
a definition of "style" seems elusive. in my experience, style is when someone makes something that's very difficult look very easy. it can be in anything: skiing, cooking, playing music, etc.
so i think there has to be at least some degree of technicality to the tricks that you're doing in order for it to be considered stylish.
technicality is relative, of course, to the audience. to someone that maybe skis a few days a year, seeing a person do very smooth 180s or switch 1s on medium sized jumps or tailpresses on a box may be very impressive. to this community, it's borderline boring.
even when we talk about the most purely stylish guys in the game, they're still doing some pretty hard shit: nose butters onto rails, big zero airs, super slow flat 5s. they're just making it look real easy. if anyone thinks that the stuff b-dog is doing is less "tech" than what nick goepper is doing, they just don't know what they're talking about.
If you think about it, the term "steeze" meaning "style with ease" is pretty unnecessary, because the term style implies that you're making it look easy. nobody ever sees somebody that looks like they're trying too hard and calls it stylish.