The model looks great and the focus and light play on her are well done. However there are two things I would like to point out that I think you could do better on. The first is the background there seems to be writing lice pencil marks on it and that distract's the viewers eye from the model which is the primary point of focus for the photo. The second thing is not so much that you cut her hands off but where you cut her hands off. She has what appears to be a tattoo on her wrist and it's peaking out from the bottom of the photo. That causes the viewers eye once again to be distracted from the main target of the photo. All that being said I think it's a really nice shot keep up the good work.
This is lovely. The pose feels really natural and casual, but spot on. I like how you've framed the piece too, having the model fill half the frame and then a little more works really well, the empty space above her head also adds some texture from the walls, rather than make it bland so nice work there.
I'd love to see more of her eyes, to me her body and her clothes are the main focus of the shot, and her hair. Her face is quite mysterious which is a good trait of the shot, but it would be nice to get a bit closer and see a bit more detail if possible
I really like the shot, and the composition. I enjoy the grey background for a change, and not going for the pure white one. I'd say the lighting is a bit too contrasty for my taste, the left side is a tiny bit overexposed, and the right side could use a bit of fill. Just my two cents