I like her face a lot. I feel like you captured a hint of Classical Greek/Roman style in her features, with the sharper and straighter shapes of the face and the nose and the smirk. The Disney Hercules art did something similar, but took it even farther, adding harder edges and lines and other visual elements to the design. Which were a neat effect in beckoning to actual ancient art, but sometimes all of the hard shapes were a bit off-putting. I like how you hinted at that aesthetic in a much more subtle way; like I said, the nose and the shapes of the face give me that vibe, but the face and her figure as a whole have a much softer, more fluid and appealing look. Your trademark lively style isn't overtaken by the hints of Ancient Greek style, which is great, because your style is lovely. : )
I like her figure and her pose. Again, I like that the shapes feel soft and fluid. Her leg that's sticking out a little in particular, but also her arms and hips and everything, are all built of seemingly effortless curvy shapes that feel ANYTHING but stiff, making her pose feel very natural and alive. And the drapery of her dress is great -- the fabric has a great sense of weight as it falls at the top, and about her arms, and down from her hips. There's a good sense of flow and motion to it, again, bringing the pic even more to life.