"ideal weight" according to which criterion?
According to medical criteria from epidemiology, the ideal is around 22 kg/m2 for a healthy young women and increases with age, so that for old ladies the best survival rate is around 27 kg/m2. It changes a bit from person to person, and is very sensitive to extra variables likes age, physical activity, smoking, cancer/HIV/...
"Overweight" is usually defined as > 25 kg/m2 but there is some debate about whether this really makes sense.
You're at 23.2 kg/m2, so you're quite close to the ideal weight medically speaking.
According to studies on attractiveness, the ideal tend to be around 19 kg/m2, but :
1) I found this number in relatively old studies, from the 90's or 2000's, before the Kardashian butt effect. It was the time in which the ideal was the skinniest, compared to other historical periods.
2) It varies from one country to another and from one (sub)culture to another. This number come from American (or maybe European) subjects, with probably a big over-representation of white Americans.
3) It depends a lot from one person to another. Actually those studies show that the attractiveness rating of skinny women tend to be very similar, like if they were all interchangeable, but as you consider curvier women there is much more dispersion of the points: being fatter fits some women better than others.