The PM‘s love of fashion has been reflected in gifts she received from designers such as Stella McCartney, government transparency data shows.
She also bought a £160 necklace from Ukrainian president Petro Poroshenko.
Under the Ministerial Code of Conduct, gifts received by ministers worth more than £140 become government property.
In her declaration for the three months to the end of June, Mrs May paid £175 for a fountain pen from the Onoto Pen Company.
But she chose not to keep three pairs of shoes given by Hotter Shoes, a leather handbag and gloves from Pittards and silk scarves from Halcyon Days, which were retained by the Cabinet Office.
That department also kept a clock and a medal given by King Salman of Saudi Arabia and a fountain pen from King Abdullah of Jordan.