I really like the design of this outfit - if I didn't have a terminal fear of wearing skirts and dresses (well not really I just never wear them) I would actually wear this because it looks really appealing. However, there are some issues that I have with this piece. And mainly, that would be the difference between the detail shown with her head and the rest of her body. Her head seems to be drawn very realistically and with a lot of small detail, while the dress and the rest of her body is just sketched out. It shows that while drawing, you are far more comfortable drawing heads and aren't very comfortable at drawing a person's body, which I would assume is why you appear to have uploaded so many full body images at once, and I applaud you for practicing. I do have a couple more critiques. The head and neck of this piece appears to be too large for the rest of the body, making the body look compressed to a certain degree. I would also recommend that you stay away from using the airbrush tool to shade, and instead use something mimicking a watercolor brush or something like that instead so you get some more deeper shadows and things don't end up looking a bit muddy. Speaking of which, I would recommend that for her face shadows you use something a bit warmer toned for her contour, because when you use something that dark and grey, the skin looks ashy. (I would actually recommend looking at professional makeup artists on YouTube doing makeup for more help with this because they can give you a lot of tips and tricks and ideas about colors and what not. It's surprisingly helpful.) But, overall I feel like this piece may have just been a way to show off this dress, in which case it gets it's job done, and overall I do enjoy the style of the dress itself. I would also say that the actual skin tone and highlighting is done really well, and my comment about the shading really only applies to the heavy amounts of softly applied grey that I can see where there should be some sort of harsh shadow in order to really make her shape pop out a bit more.