COMPARE YOUR WRITING to mine and it will be different. Compare Stephen King to F. Scott Fitzgerald and it is hugely different; irrespective of the eras they wrote in. As the example, King writes in a basic everyday language, but Fitzgerald is flowery, rhythmic and more verbose.
I am constantly in a mind battle over my own style of writing. Part of me fears it is too basic. That is counterbalanced by the knowledge that it reads easily, therefore has mass appeal. Then, I read some outstanding fiction littered with fantastic words, linked together so beautifully that I feel a sense of inadequacy, that I am an impostor, not worthy of writing. That is atoned for, knowing that not everyone likes dense prose with detailed description.
Forever I will be trapped in that mindset. Yet, I can only write congruent to my self, my natural style, which will of course change with the years, improving gradually (I hope!).
I favour plot and story, over the prose used to describe them, but I will always be envious of those who write effortlessly; the dictionary sorcerers, the wordsmiths.