I really don't see the point of doing a typical fitness magazine body part split with your goals and level of experience.
First off, the proportion of volume to muscle mass is off. 48-50% of your muscle mass resides in the hips and lower limbs, and yet the typical split dedicates only 25% of work to the lower body. Second, unless your goal is to build massive biceps, there is no reason to do more than a few sets of direct bicep work per week, especially not at the cost of training the larger muscles of the legs and back. It is these large muscles of the lower body that require the most energy and will when worked more frequently increase your metabolic rate and allow you to improve body composition quicker.
I recently spent some time searching the internet for what might be the ideal (non-competitive) feminine figure, and wrote an intermediate-advanced based program to achieve those results. Check it out, and if you have questions, I would be happy to answer: http://jasoncholewa.com/2012/12/17/o...nce-for-women/