As a nude or "revealing" glamour photo I think you "get it". A woman's ( or man's) body need not be exposed in a manner that suggest pornography, lacks any good sense of "taste", or is "ugly" in any way. Whether a man or woman (I'm a guy) viewing, none should be offended. Your photos evoke a certain "class". Your photos evoke a sense of sensuality and beauty without any sense of vulgarness. Please continue in this style.
Your style also respects your models. None should be embarrassed if their parents ( or perhaps in the future their children or prospective partners) were to view your photos of them. I quite like the receding focus, giving the sense of depth (I guess this is due to a reduced aperture setting?). I consider your photos (at least the ones in this style) as "boudoir " images. To this end some lower light shots might be nice. Other than that I can't really comment.
I'm not a photographer, nor a professional artist of any sort. I'm merely a wannabe who is inspired by beautiful images.
Love the shot --- shows curves where they should be without showing too much.
Lighting is perfect , shows shadows where needed great soft lighting on the model.
Retouching is wonderful if you did any at all.
Model, great pose , great lines on the body, awesome outfit on her, Depth of field works to give that magizne ad look.
The only thing I would change ... The shadow line above the feet ( possible curtains in the background ) I would remove it pulls my eyes towards the dark spot when they should be focusing on the model.
Over all. Beautiful image, beautiful subject, beautiful work.
today i was told that liking pictures like yours and using similar ones as wallpapers makes me a sexist that objectifies women, belongs back in the dark ages and is prove that there is a patriarchy surpressing women.