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Hello,

could you help me on this, please:

Is it more likely to say

Natural elegance with a passion for details

or

natural elegance with great attention to detail

Thank you very much in advance!
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Hi,

Can you show us your complete sentence, and tell us why you are writing it? eg is it part of a cover letter or a resume?

Clive
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It's supposed to be some kind of claim for a brand.
Hi,

The word 'passion' is stronger, more flamboyant.

Clive
CliveHi, The word 'passion' is stronger, more flamboyant. Clive
Thank you Clive,

but I have a tiny question right here,

isn't one of the original sentences provided by the original poster somehow erroneaus?

I mean "great 'attention' to detail" doesn't sound as if it makes sense to me.

I'd rather say "great 'attempt' to detail" instead.

Just a thought, please do correct me if I'm wrong.
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Hi,

Different meanings. Here's the idea.

great attention to detail I give details a lot of my attention. Sounds like I am good with details.

great attempt at detail I try hard to deal with details.

Clive