That would not fix the issue since the torso shell is not designed in a way for that too look descently visually appealing. Also the torso plating for the movie version goes only to the waist area and cuts straight to then be replaced by the cloth skirt. The current Lego SW male torso shell is not adequate for figures that arent troopers, that dont have belts, or have a cloth related accessory that goes under or over any armor.
I would say the female shell is more neutral in this regard, if only they made Rey have a full body cloth piece, instead of half print half cloth thing. Also I dont understand why they couldnt make her upper arm ball joint pieces in tan to match the tan bone pieces...and also why not make the lower bone pieces also in tan to match the hands. While printing for robot characters worked fine (for some), more often than not printing on organic humanoid characters visually ditracts from the set, since its not suppose to be one dimensional / flat. Its suppose to have a texture on it.
This brings back to what a lot of people have been saying, and its that CCBS works the best for armored, and robotic characters, not organic humanoids. Also, CCBS best works for LEGOs own IPs, since they can just make the armor shells make sense with its use, and shape the character around it, rather than trying to make something completely different from what the system is accustome to which what its trying with SW.