Only in regards to ppl lusting for her, she hasn't been seen to be hedonistic….........yet!
She's way more prideful of her beauty, or even greedy when it comes to wanting to be shichi even though she doesn't want to fight in the war.
The shichi and 7 deadly sins became a little irrelevant ever since Croc lost position and BB came in seeing as it's not like the deadly sins those two might rep are the same....
Ah, but I once read a version of that theory that said that the original Shichi each represented a single sin, while BB represented all 7 at once. Or one could say that BB just doesn't fit the theme at all, like how he doesn't fit the animal name theme of the original 7.
Based on what we know of the Shichi now, here's how I'd match the sins.
Moria: Sloth. Definitely fits, and has an interesting twist if what I read on another forum is true. Someone said that sloth is actually considered a sin of despair, which would fit with Moria's trauma of losing his entire crew in the New World.
Donflamingo: Greed. He seems pretty greedy, so I guess that fits.
Mihawk: Pride. His attitude seems pretty prideful to me. We don't know a huge amount about him, though. If I'm wrong about Hancock, I could potentially see Mihawk being lust, considering his vampire-like theme and the associations of vampies with lust, but there's really not a huge amount to go on.
Kuma: Wrath. This would be based entirely on his past, of course, because his current personality doesn't seem to fit with any of the sins.
Hancock: Lust. I know Hancock herself doesn't seem to fit this too well, though she is rather infatuated with Luffy. But if you think about it, even if Oda went with a seven deadly sins theme, there's no reason he'd have be universal in the way he applies it to each member. He could simply say that for one of the Shichibukai, the sin will be the way people behave around her, not the way she herself behaves. In which case, Hancock definitely fits.
Alternately, she could be pride.
Jimbei: Gluttony. Simply because I'm not sure what else to give him, and he is a big fellow.
Croc: Envy. Some of his actions and motivations could be considered of a covetious nature.