Love the sweater! I generally like the 3 piece maternity look as well...the pants, fitted shirt, with the big cozy sweater. I have the blessing....curse? lol.. of being on the tall side with a long torso, so I tend to have a lot of trouble finding both maternity and nursing wear. The shirts and the pants are always slightly too short...so I tend to scope out tunic length shirts, sometimes they are maternity shirts, sometimes they are just regular shirts sized up accordingly. I do wish that last time around I got some nursing stuff as I grew so that after the baby, I would have some in between clothes as I shrunk. Although, as with maternity, I had a hard time finding nursing things that were long enough for me...that's why it's super duper annoying that most maternity is online! There are the upper scale stores, and I always cringe at the prices, but if this is your first time and you are planning more kids, you will more than likely be able to use the clothes again...unless you get pregnant in the opposite season, like I have . If you don't want to spend a fortune, I highly recommend looking at consignment stores or asking around in your community for lightly used clothes. I just found a winter maternity coat for $15!!! I'm stoked about that.
For the growing boobs...last time I took the "cheap" route out and just bought regular bras, but again, if you are planning on nursing, it would have really come in handy to have a few nursing bras in the assorted sizes to have around...I was thinking that i would save money by waiting, but I ended up having to buy an array of sizes anyway...and that is NOT cheap in my size. (Although for day to day wear I could get away with a sports bra type nursing bra, there were occasions where that just didn't cut it...and it doesn't really offer the support that I would like, since it's a one size fits most type of deal, and my size keeps evolving). Aaandd since I am nursing during this pregnancy, I can't even re-wear the bras that I saved from before. So it may seem like a bigger investment than you want at first, it's not a bad idea to at least get a few nursing things for your ever changing body .