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Retailer Marks & Spencer will be bringing suit-maker Bagir's iPod-friendly executive outfit this coming weekend to celebrate Father's Day, it has emerged.

Bagir's MusicStyle iPod-friendly suits
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The suit not only incorporates handy iPod-sized inside pockets but also features a stitched-in touch-sensitive five-button controller in the left side. Turn the player on, switch tracks and adjust the volume all by touching your jacket.

Bagir calls the suit the MusicStyle and it's similar to the PlayList jacket Bagir makes for US clothing retailer Express.

The Bagir line of suits will be sold through Marks & Spencer stores across Britain for £149.

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