I think both photos are nice shots, but could each be improved. On #1, if you look at the area on the left, you'll see considerable clutter in the background. If you had shot from a slightly different angle, you could have had the curtain as the whole background. On the right lower side of the background are other distracting unknown elements. You could do some cropping changes to help the photo to get rid of part of this, but mainly its easier to watch your background when shooting and get rid of the distractions using different angle or shot position, or just moving background items, such as those on the right.
#2 would be better with some cropped off the right to get rid of the distracting triangle we can see of the brown floor. I would have been temped to shoot with the chin just a little higher. I like to avoid whites under the pupils of the eyes. Also when you shoot with the model stretched out away from you, you often get some distortion of the more distant part of the model so that's always something to be watched.
Nevertheless, both photos show nice color, lighting and the basic poses work well with #1 being the best of the poses.
By the way, just to see how each would look recropped (or in the case of #1 shot with background less distracting, I loaded the two images in Photoshop and made a few changes to see how they would look. I'll post them if you like. Don't want to post someone else's work without permission, though.