You cropped her toes off her right foot.
I don't like how the photo has rounded edges. Keeping it the normal frame shape would've been better. The lighting and tone of image could've been better. Seems snapshotty.
It's an ok shot, but it lacks any character or depth. Most of this can be attributed to the inappropriate method of lighting the subject. This shot is so "paparazzi" to me, I'm expecting to find a high ranking official or politician laying behind her, hopelessly trying to cover his face.
You have all the elements here for a great shot, they just need to be choreographed a little differently. Oh and try not to crop off limbs so carelessly in future.
Have fun experimenting with the lights and poses next time.
The background is a cluttered mess. Her pose looks awkward. The rounded corners and sepia tone look very Instagram. The shoot angle shouts "This camera is 5'6" off the ground". Her face, with her gaze on the camera, suggests it should be the focal point, but it's way off to the left, well outside the rule of thirds bounds, with nothing drawing the eye there - and at the other end, you cropped a toe. Lots of problems.
Looking through your port, there's another photo titled "Perspective" that is basically the same subject, an implied nude girl on a bed (might even be the same model?), that's far better. Less cluttered, more interesting angle, better lit, looks casual rather than amateurish.
Of course, sometimes we get a sentimental fondness for photos that aren't our best work. That's fine, we're allowed to love our own art! And this one does have some shiny... lovely model, and a wonderful engaged expression on her face. Work with her more, she has real potential. I'd suggest rather than trying to get a full-length, fold her up some and get a closer, more intimate shot that really emphasizes her face.
First off, if you look at my portfolio, you will see I am NOT that experienced… So take my comments however you want… First the crop… If you are not going to include the whole model, crop it in a way that does not look like you just missed a part… The pose… If you had directed the model to bend her knees more (raising her feet) I think it would have given her better lines and avoided the crop problem. Also the shape of her face would have been accentuated better if you would have had her tip her head back a bit. The image does not “pop.” This could be your lighting or your editing… I grabbed a copy of it and made some adjustments to the levels and vibrance and it seemed to help it (would have been better to have the RAW image).
Great model… I don’t find the background that distracting… I think you are almost there with some minor adjustments!
I don't know if it would work for sure, but you could try a crop... just lose her legs entirely. It would get rid of the bad toe crop, the bruise, the perspective/proportion issues, and most of the background clutter.
This was a full-length implied nude as well, and I cropped it down for balance.
And losing little bits in a crop, or blowing rule-of-thirds and symmetry and other balance rules, can work if you INTEND to do so. This image is deliberately off-balance...
But yeah... more than anything, your original image suffers from what feels like careless imbalance. Either balance it, or make the imbalance critical.