I stuck to Goddess bras for 12 years. I was sized wayyy back then and told that I had to have a Goddess bra. I was thankful when they came out with prettier, pared-down bras like Keira. This bra is very comfortable, supportive, and not bad looking, either. This bra lasts a long time, also. Washes well. The past few months I've noticed all my bras (36Is in goddess - Rose and @Keira) were not fitting right - boobs busting out of the top and bottom. I was finally sized for the first time in 12 years and told I am a 34J. I was told Goddess bras come in a a 34 band but they are still designed for women with a wider frame than me and wider breasts.
The Keira is a five part bra made out of a satiny nylon/polyester. It is incredibly comfy! It's like I'm wearing nothing. Even the straps are comfy, although they have a subtle floral design that just looks weird and blotchy from a distance.
That leads me to my first issue with the bra: it's really frumpy. I've seen worse, but suffice to say, the Keira is not a sexy bra. The bra is also quite full coverage. It doesn't work under all my necklines. I also get some wrinkling at the top of the cups because my full on bottom boobs just don't go up that far.
The major ...problem with this bra, though, is that the band is very loose. Seriously, I have a 40 inch snug/ 39 inch pulled very tightly underbust and the 38 band is too loose. It fit me fine at first, but throughout the day, the back slowly rid up.
I'm probably not going to keep this one, but I will definitely try a smaller band because, appearances aside, it is so darn comfy.