I think they look pretty good, too.
One tip. When I look at this one,
I see she has a thin white line around her shoulders, between her and the wall. That line is caused by too much sharpening. The whole image looks like a lot of sharpening was applied and I would be inclined to sharpen it less if it were mine, but, if you like the general sharpness I would still run a small blur tool across the shoulders to remove the white line.
And, a couple of observations about the same photo: If she was moved a few feet from the wall, the wall could be unfocused which would give it a softer look. Also, the wall seems to be light on the top part with a very sharp transition to a dark lower part. The transition seems to be diagonals from higher to lower on both sides of her.