Stunning woman. Whoever she hugged this morning is a lucky guy.
Not enough light on the foreground, midriff and crotch needs tons more light, right side need to have the breast exposed more (the shirt's touching her breast distracts too much from the composition), the light in background and glancing off her waist-area shirt material and from around her head is overpowering, needs to be filtered out or not captured, and her hand at her face- it almost destroys the image. Keep disparate objects in their own frame. If you mingle body parts, plz make sure to define them, she is blocking her face and eye, and leading us away from her smile with the hat brim. Personally, I'd have her arch her back, pronounce her breasts by pushing them out, since her nipples, a rather dramatic part of her anatomy and this image, are blurred and have no prominence, which makes me cry. Make sure to keep the visage clear of obstructions.
The contrast between foreground and background separate the subject very well. The shading around the midriff and crotch give a nice texture to her shape. The shirt touching and wrapping around her left breast work great to accent her shape. The sunlight in the background glancing off her waist-area shirt material gives her nice separation and drive home the sunny, country setting. Having her hand at her face, tipping her hat gives her a lot of personality and a great how-do-you-do friendly feeling which draws us up to her smile. Personally, I find too many models just arch their back in what is called 'clowning' or posing in an unnatural way. Her relaxed; in the moment posture makes this image very dynamic.
Um... this image contains none of the elements you claim it does; it's fractionanlized, disjointed, and obtuse. The foreground subject must be clean, individual, and separated cleanly from extraneous noise. The opposite is occuring, however. Were I in the presence of the model posing for this image, I'd be in love, just as you are with your work. But it leaves a to to be desired. Learning to frame a composition so the various concepts and elements dwell within their own frame is what a photo is supposed to do. This is a meek snapshot, with a nude in the lens.