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.
No problem here, beautiful model and picture. I like how the value blurs the further we go to her feet which tells us to focus on where the picture is most in focus. Well, try at least she is so gorgeous. I wonder if only showng one of her feet would be better? Or having them closer together? Since the backdrop is blurry, you could also use that to your advantage in a lot of ways I'm guessing.