Trying to find your style is like a dog chasing its tail. You’re trying to catch something that you already have.
I think a good analogy is verbal communication. We speak with each other to communicate. We effectively get our points across without thinking of ,or trying to find, a ‘style’ of speaking.
Photography is visual communication. As photographers we have chosen to communicate with photographs. If you learn the craft of photography, just as you learned the craft of speaking by putting together words to communicate, you’ll become an effective visual communicator and your innate ‘photographic style” will flow naturally.