Nutshell: an unfortunate outlier among the new Natori styles.
Full-on-tops: forget it.
Comfort:Mehhh. This is an all-mesh style. And the mesh fabric is not especially soft. It's softer than a Cleo mesh bra, but that's saying very little.
Here is where it alllll falls apart
Cups. Unlike any other style I've tried in this brand, i.e., most of them - new & old, the cups have zero stretch. That means zero ability to accommodate or conform to the natural shape of your boobs in any way.
Unless you are - utterly and completely - full-on-bottom in shape, this will be a dreadful fit. Even then, you may get weird gapping along the top.
Balanced? You'll likely get an odd, squared-off triangle shape a'la Curvy Kate.
Full-on-top? Forget it. You'll get this strapped-down, flattened into submission look I'm getting here.
Gore. Very wide.
Strangely so, for the brand.
It results in a gore that floats more
than the usual 1/2" I get in Natori.
Profile. Very minimized....more mashed down, really.
Into this ski slope shape.
When Do I Wear It?Nope. I consider the Seduction, along with the Decadence, to be the big Fails of Natori's new line of styles. Not because they are completely unwearable for most full-on-top shapes (which I realize is the less common boob shape), but because they are unwearable for most shapes.
The Seduction's design flaws - lack of stretch, wide gores, running small in band, anti-universal cup shape, rough fabric - just don't make it a good bet for most.