^As others have already told you, this image is great for a few reasons.
1) The pose is very elegant and flattering to your shape.
2) That dress fits you so well it makes me want to buy it--and that, my friend, is a spectacular thing.
3) You're standing at a good angle to the window's light
The only thing I'd adjust about it is the background elements that are slightly distracting. The family photo, the ribbon on the side table, the stack of images to your left. If those weren't there I'd see this fitting well into a commercial or possibly editorial genre. Do more shoots with that dress.
^This one would be a good image if your arm wasn't cut out of the frame. I realize that's the photographer's fault but that element is very distracting.
^Compared to the rest of your portfolio, this is one of your weakest. You look tired and uninterested and your hands and wall are the brightest things in the shot; point-and-shoot quality. You have enough better images that taking this one out would be to your advantage.
A final tip. When you choose your next photographer, look for someone who doesn't crop at the joints. That will make it easier for you to get better images as you gain more experience.