Can I replace "the box's folds" with "the folds of the boxes"? Which one sounds more natural?
Yes, instead of saying "the box's folds and style" here you could also say "the folds and style of the box". "The folds and style of the box actually sounds a little more natural since the original sentence makes the box possessive. This is less natural since a box is an object. However, either way of saying this is correct.
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