It's not bad, but it does need work.
Consider the competition in this genre, First and foremost it has to stand out in some way. A personalization is a key factor in this. Different poses, models, expressions things such as this will go far in making your game stand out.
By making the clothing snap to the model you remove one of the biggest issues that people face in this genre. When people have to try to align the clothing to the figure it makes it more tedious than fun.
Additional clothing options are also a valid idea. A form of in game "market" where you can unlock new outfits by meeting certain criteria.
Fact of the matter is, while you have potential you need to be aware of what else is out there and ask yourself: "how do I make them choose my game over this"