I want to mention one thing. While you can influence the type of look your body will have, ultimately your genetics will have the greatest incidence on your type of look.
I always give the example that a St-Bernard will always be a St-Bernard, regardless of what it does, it wont become a Greyhound.
You cannot change the shape of your muscles. You cannot really give your muscles a certain look. You cannot change your bone structure, clavicle width, torso length, etc.
You can make your muscles bigger or smaller. You can increase or lower your body fat. You can hold more or less water.
YES you can change your type of look slightly by emphasizing the develop of certain muscles groups, be that has limitations.
I coach a lot of Crossfit athletes. And while they pretty much all share some common elements (degree of leanness, back/traps development, a thick muscular waist) I can't say that they have ONE type of look.
I trained 7 girls who did the Regionals this year and if you put them side by side they all have totally different looks.
Two of the guys I trained (including one whop qualified for the Games) were training partners and did the same program; yet they look completely different.
My recommendation is to train to get strong, powerful, have good capacity and get lean. The end product will simply be the best version of you that you can be.