This is really quite a lovely piece. The subtle blur of the background in this photo really leads the eyes towards you (I'm assuming). The lighting is perfect and even so you can clearly see all aspects of the focus, you. That being said, you can see the individual blowing about, and one strand looks particularly high in the air above your head. It is hardly noticeable though. All in all, I think you and your photographer did a wonderful job with this picture, and I look forward to possibly seeing more of your work in the future.
This is a beautiful picture. The one thing that strikes me is, as *demosthenes1blackops points out, you seem lost in the frame.
One of the "rules" of photography is to place the open space in front of the model, not behind them. I believe this is why is has a slightly awkward feeling to it.
Aside from the location of the open space, the colour is good, model in focus, and a great use of shallow depth of field. I like to use shadows, but for this picture the lines of the bricks on the ground take out the need for shadows and it works very well.
really hard to explain. - lack of solid lighting means no shadow modeling, which removes one significant indicator of 3-dimensionality. - dark reticulated overshirt over white blends to some extent with the tree-over-sky in background - something else I lack the terms to identify. something having to do with the focus.