“型” means “shape,” and “格” means “taste.” This term, coined by Chinese fashionistas, means “in good shape and with a good taste.” It’s used to define a person or a thing that looks nice and unique in a tasteful way. It is the name of a Chinese magazine, whose contents are focused on keeping fit and on pop culture. The term is also used as the Chinese name of a Guangqi Honda vehicle, with the English name Integra.
Tīngshuō nǐ dìnghǎo le pāi hūnshāzhào de yǐnglóu？
I hear that you’ve made a reservation at a wedding photography studio.
Shì de，zhèyījiā tèbié xínggé，búsì yībān yǐnglóu nàzhǒng tiánměi fēnggé。
True. This studio has a unique and tasteful style, unlike those commonly found with a syrupy taste.