I'm building a highly verdant, "garden" world where fruit and vegetation grow so easily and naturally that they can be easily picked in passing by the relatively small human population. So, imagine an environment a bit like the Amazon jungle, with year-round vegetation.
As a result, humanity has established some stable, large-scale farms, while most people live in caravans of wagons that move from farm to farm, gathering wild fruit in the intervening spaces (these fruits can't be easily cultivated and taste better and are more nutritious than farmed food).
Extremely vicious animals and carnivorous plants are actively kept out of these areas, but such flora and fauna exist in more remote parts of the world, up to and including plant life that can kill (reminiscent of the vegetation in Nausicaä of the Valley of Wind). These are constantly encroaching on human areas, so people frequently have to clear away moderately dangerous animals and plant life. Some people do explore the more dangerous areas.
This is a pre-industrial society with technology equivalent to England around roughly 1200 A.D. The farms cultivate things like cotton and silkworms as well as some animals, so clothing equivalent to cotton, wool, and silk can be produced.
This means clothing will be relatively expensive and labor-intensive to produce, but the environment will encourage the use of at least protective clothing.
To my question: What clothing would you expect farm hands, traveling caravan hands, and rangers to wear? What's most practical? Assume no nudity taboo for simplicity's sake.