I've also seen some of the other photos in this same series. They are all really nice!
Composition, posing and modeling are all very nice.
I really dig fur so these are of extra interest to me. One thing is that I really like to see texture in the fur. That is the only, small negative part of my critique. I propose that we need to see more of the fur's texture. One could counter by saying that the photo is about the model's face and complexion and the juxtaposition between the color of her skin and hair versus her clothing and the background. All your photos are similar in this respect so I assume that is the style you were going for.
Now, it could be because we have a relatively light skinned model wearing fairly light colored clothing being photographed in a back lit situation that makes the highlights push up to the high end of your camera's dynamic range. You could combat that by adjusting your camera's exposure, altering your processing (adjustment layers with Phososhop?) or, maybe, using just a touch of fill flash.
I like the rim light in this picture. I like the contrast between the model and the background. The short depth of field works well, here. Enough to let us know she's outside, in the woods or on the edge of a clearing but still keeping the focus on the model.
I'd give this one a 9 1/2 out of 10. If you tweak your highlights a bit, it would be a 10. Because I'm a fur fanatic, if you got the texture of the fur to stand out more, I would give you an 11!