First of all, I always enjoy both the in-focus background AND blurred-focus background shots, of which the blurred one works best here for this particular shot. We don't need to worry about what's going on back there when we have her to focus on. Which brings me to point two. The model here, Annet, is great and looks as if she could be an elf or, even more likely, a fairy. All she needs is wings. [I'll expect to see those in the future ] I love it when a photographer knows when he needs to set-up a shot and when he only needs the natural beauty of a model, like the difference between using man-made light and natural, God-created light. The simplicity and subtlety of this shot set it apart and it needs nothing more than this elegant, unique beauty to fulfill its purpose in the art world. Excellent work!
I feel she should have been staring at the ground in a somewhat melancholy crestfallen manner the models eyes in them self are too revealing and looking directly into the lens takes away mystery or any empathy I would have for her
As far as a critique goes I'm at a loss to say anything negative other than perhaps you could have been a few steps further back. (And that's really more of a personal taste thing than a criticism.
It's a wonderful example of what can happen when a photographer and model find a way to work together in a positive manner. She's clearly a stunning model and has a great future ahead of her. You have very much managed to do a great deal more than just snap a shot. You've not detracted from her in any way and created a beautiful vision.