Textile materials have been widely used in various industrial sectors for their versatility and durability. They have been traditionally used for clothing and fashion accessories, but in recent years, there has been a growing interest in utilizing textile materials for composites. A composite material is made up of two or more distinct materials that, when combined, produce a material with unique properties that are superior to the individual components. Textile materials offer several advantages over other materials when used in composites, such as high strength, flexibility, and lightweight. In this article, we will discuss the application of textile materials in composites. Textile materials are classified into two categories: natural and synthetic. Natural textile materials are obtained from animals and plants. Examples of natural textile materials include cotton, silk, wool, and flax. Synthetic textile materials, on the other hand, are made from chemical processes. Examples of synthetic textile materials include polyester, nylon, and acrylic. Both natural and synthetic textile materials can be used in composites, depending on the application.