Here's a line-up of dolls that I own that I feel could have or should have been close to the Ginny body. Notice that Ever After High's Madeline Hatter is also pictured. Her body is the one that actually turned out to be the most similar to Ginny.
|Older Stacie, Maddie, Ginny, current Skipper, petite Barbie body|
|Ginny top, Maddie bottom|
|Ginny left, Maddie right|
|Ginny's feet are enormous compared to Petite Barbie|
|Ginny's feet are close to modern Skipper|
|But Ginny can't wear modern Skipper shoes|
Skipper friend heads onto girl Harry Potter bodies, and in their school uniforms, they look cute, and they will make good additions to a setting with the original Harry Potter dolls. However, in my opinion, if you try to move a rebodied Skipper head into modern Skipper's world, it's not such a great match.
Since we're talking bodies here, I'm also going to mention that I'm really frustrated about getting my hands on the new articulated curvy body. Mattel is already sold out of *all* the floral yoga dolls on its website. I can get the darkest skin doll on Amazon for $15.99, but the curvy one is currently $46.99. And to add insult to injury, the two featured dolls from the 2018 Barbie Convention both have the articulated curvy body. Sure, shove it my face, Mattel, that I can't get my hands on a freakin' play doll.
I'm going to buy the darkest skinned yoga doll; I'm going to get at least a white skinned articulated curvy body to rebody one of my curvy dolls when I can find one, and I'll keep picking up Ever After High dolls if I find one that I want but don't have. Other than that, I'm done with Mattel, at least for now. I don't know whose money they want, but it's not mine. I was inspired to make this meme showing the frustration of a lot of collectors trying to find better bodies for their dolls.