Style does not have to be as limiting as we often make it out to be. You are describing style in a way that is similar to high-school stereotypes... the jock, the nerd, the gymnast, the band-geek, the goth, the rastaman, the hippy, the thug
Style will go where you let it go, especially in terms of theme skiing
Try skiing like a frog, or a bunny, the geico gecko, the michelin man, your russian grandma, donald trump, a librarian, a viking, kobe bryant, elvis, big bird, michael jackson, your local friendly policeman, lil wayne, derek zoolander, kurt cobain, kesha, mr. crab, squidward, patrick star.... actually anyone from the Spongebob cast should provide good inspiration, maybe start there if you're having trouble finding yourself
I'm not saying we should turn skiing into a big game of larp, but the amount of creativity that is accessible in terms of style is infinite and we shouldn't limit ourselves to basic categorizations. In terms of theme skiing, I definitely think a
Squiddy Trump/ Grandma Hillary/ Uncle Bernie day should be planned out for next season. Not to make any sort of political statement, just as a hilarious day of envisioning yourself as one of those characters and trying to live it out on skis - bringing some white house vibes to the hill.
The way life works on and off skis, is that people see things they like and then try to make them their own/ incorporate those things into their own style. Sometimes it goes too far and you just end up with straight copy cats, but I've begun to appreciate that life is the most fun when you are surrounded by people who are unique in terms of their style and personality instead of everyone thinking and acting the same way like a bunch of basic conformist sheep.
One last thing. Style is a mix of both how you dress and how you act/ ski. To really embrace a new style, these two things should go hand in hand.