The lovely Lauren Conrad was partying it up in Cabo for her bachelorette party last weekend, ahead of her upcoming nuptials to William Tell this summer.
The crop tops and cute temporary tattoos were overshadowed, unfortunately, by a controversy that unexpectedly arose during the girls' night out.
Conrad took to social media to address an apparent slight of same sex couples at The Office, a popular beachside restaurant in Cabo San Lucas, Mexico.
The bride-to-be, 28, Tweeted, "The Office in Cabo does not allow same sex couples to participate in couple games. Had to walk out. #equality #StopThe Hate."
According to manager Carmen Alucano, the game in question was a lighthearted one in which duos squeeze against each other to pop balloons.
It appeared the emcee made what Alucano termed a "joke" about ladies attempting to play this together, with LC and friends deemed offensive.
"We'd like to make a public apology," Alucano says. "Obviously [the emcee, from an outside company] didn't mean it to be offensive. It's a huge misunderstanding."
She added that The Office doesn't discriminate, and "We have an emcee that comes in on Thursdays, and we invite all diners to participate in the game."
Alucano also emphasized, "We don't care what sexuality [they are]. The only thing we don't allow in the restaurant is smoking. That's the only rule we have."
In any case, based on pics posted by her group, including The Hills' Lo Bosworth and old friends Maura McManus, Hannah Skvarla and Jilly Hendrix, it was a blast.
Adding the hashtag "#donttellmrtell" to their snaps, the ladies had a fun and fashionable time by the ocean, hitting the pool, the beach and various restaurants.