Design: When designing women's armor you have to take into account the differences between male and female physiology (probably spelled that wrong). Because of our silly goose getting in the way women have to have chest plates that swoop farther in at the arm hole. What she is wearing right now would give her nasty bruises along the side of her silly goose and shoulder every time she moved her arm. If you make the armor pinch in under her silly goose it's going to be even more painful. Make that a subbtle bulge in the armor instead of it framing the silly goose.
Anatomy: Looks good for the most part, good job. I'd just say to pay some special attention to her hands. When you hold a sword you keep your wrist straight and since men and women have different shaped fists that will make the sword form different angles with the forearm. When a man holds a sword it will (usually) form a 90 degree angle with his forearm and when a female holds a sword it will (usually) form a more obtuse angle. If you want to keep the angle of her sword like that you'll need to bend her elbow.
The little things: Her clothes and armor seem to be too tight as in they are on the same plane and share the same lines as her body. Show some volume esepcialy in the thick parts (ex. belt, greeves, bracer) by having them come off the body farther like you did with what I think was supposed to be a pauldron on her upper arm.
Ok I'm done. I think you should just go ahead and finish inking this. I'd like to see it completed