I'm confused about whether to use "in style" or "with style" after a verb. Is it correct to say both, and if it is, is there a difference between the two expressions?
For instance, for a slogan, I was thinking of something like
Do it with style
Do it in style
According to this post and a few google searches, it seems that "in style" is more correct, but I've also seen "with style" being used quite often.