Solution: make a cover. I found a great tutorial for making a cover that was identical to your body, I considered it but the thing I like most about my dress form is that its adjustable and hopefully my 4 month post baby body isn't the same as my 2 year post baby body plus I use it all the time when I'm making other people dresses. So using a knit fabric to make a cover was the perfect solution and way less time consuming than cutting a bodice, putting darts in, fitting, stuffing and hand sewing.
What you'll need:
1 yard of a stretchy knit, I prefer oatmeal color because it's the closest to an actual skin tone
I figure you have a sewing machine if you have a dress form, just sayin!
Set your mannequin to the smallest setting
Fold your yard in half. Sew across one short side, using a zigzag stitch, this enables the knit to stretch
Place your cover over your mannequin, what beautiful draping that we don't want. determine where your mannequin's shoulder ends and cut down the side & sew.
Right now it looks like a giant pillowcase, next pin from the neck to shoulders, following the slant of the shoulder, this is where you'll sew. Do the same thing to the other side
This is what your cover will look like on the smallest setting of your form. Take your cover off, set your form to the right size, slip your stretchy cover on an voila, no more ugly red!
Doesn't that look better?! You can enjoy the vibrant blue of the dress rather than seeing the ugly contrast of the red and the dials.