The principles we see in Love's Labour's Lost are too restrictive, and too prescriptive for this open-air world. The play begins with young men taking oaths not to have any contact with women. But these men know nothing about women, and abandon their vow when the Princess of France shows up with her ladies-in-waiting. The play argues for a more liberal approach to principles, especially since the characters are young. They don't know themselves and they don't know the world.
Love's Labour's Lost argues that principles and instinct are not mutually exclusive.
The Princess of France provides a model of principle that diminishes the noblemen.