Want to smell more like the Windy City? You're in luck.
Chicago-based perfume and fragrance manufacturer Tru Fragrance's latest secent, Tru Blooms Chicago, claims to have bottled up the unique aromas of flowers native to the city -- though thankfully not its mischievous critters.
The new, limited-edition aroma went on sale Monday online and at select Chicago-area retailers including Water Tower Place, the Chicago Botanic Garden, the Museum of Science and Industry and the Chicago History Museum.
According to a release, the scent comprises notes of roses, lavender and violets that were grown in a number of public green spaces citywide since the product was first announced in June.
The fragrance runs $38 per 1.7 oz. bottle an $18 per .5 oz. roll-on. A 3.4 oz. etched bottle is also available for $65.